Light Arrow Games is finally ready to launch their first self-published title: Guns N’ Boxes.
Shooter fans, dust off your holsters! The independent game development company Light Arrow Games is finally ready to launch their first self-published title: Guns N’ Boxes. As you might have guessed, bursting open boxes via gunfire is not only encouraged, but at the very core of the gameplay.
‘What if Bomberman met Nuclear Throne?’
Guns N’ Boxes is a top-down single screen arena-style multiplayer shooter where zany characters battle either competitively or cooperatively in multiple game modes. Guns N’ Boxes has a retro feel reminiscent of classics like Bomberman. However, it utilizes a modern twin-stick control approach, since all kinds of weaponry taken from the most remote places in the multiverse drop out of all those boxes being gunned open. Crossbows, railguns, tomatoes, rifles and even exploding hotdog bazookas can provide the means for the players to blast their foes to bits.
Guns N’ Boxes proves to be quite addictive for new and veteran players alike, offering easy to pick up, but hard to master gameplay. Players only take a few minutes to learn the ropes and find themselves wreaking havoc across the battlefield, but will need practice to take their game to the very best.
Explosions, laser trails, smoke and falling leaves are all graphic details fine-crafted pixel by pixel by the studio’s devoted artists and programmers, and all team members are gaming enthusiasts who strive to make their game as fun as possible.
The game will be available for Windows first, with Mac and Linux versions following soon after. Needless to say, it brings full Gamepad support as well as mouse and keyboard, and will be available on the Steam Store for $9.99.