Swimsanity Preview

Swimsanity Preview

The crew at Decoy Games (brothers Khalil and Ahmed Abdullah, and Chris Venne) are on the verge of releasing Swimsanity, an exciting 4 player online co-op that involves high powered weapons, big ass sea turtles, and an all-around good time. And we’re not the only nerds taking a closer look at these guys lately, as their new release was recently recognized a game developed by black developers you should look out for by IGN.

Swimsanity

In Swimsanity, you control the hero Mooba as he battles through various underwater game modes utilizing unique power-ups and weapons to survive. Also did we mention the big ass turtles?

The game offers local multiplayer and online versus mode, but it looks as though the real highlight will be the co-op battles that allow for up to four players to join. In all, there are 8 game modes with more than 150 different challenges available in each.

Beta

Sound interesting? Well, you might be interested to know that the beta opens today, February 28th, 2019.

As of the time of writing, the beta signup form is still available but I wouldn’t delay!

Our Thoughts

We love what we’ve seen of Swimsanity. It is a side scrolling adventure with a throwback feel, but the gameplay and attention to detail are anything but dated. The artwork is bright, cartoonish, and colorful – basically everything we want out of a game about blasting sharks with your friends. all told, suggest giving Swimsanity a shot and especially to try and jump into the beta while it’s still available.

Want to see more? Check out the reveal trailer below:

Get the Plugs In

Want to connect with the team behind Swimsanity? They’re not hard to get ahold of. You can find their official site here, or hit them up on social media:

Twitter
Facebook
Instagram

And don’t forget to check back in with Nerds and Scoundrels after the release date; maybe we’ll hit you up for some co-op.

 

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A life long gamer, Travis spends his time writing about and playing games when he's not suing people or hanging out with his family.

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