Acorn Assault Rodent Revolution
Time to go nuts with this squirrel based strategy title
Are you like me when it comes to wanting games that stand out from the crowd for being fresh, there’s nothing better than playing a title that really sticks in your mind for that exact reason is there? What if I told you that such a game is heading our way to Xbox thanks to the ID@XBOX program, a game revolving around the French Revolution but with a twist – this historic event through the eyes of squirrels. You know that idea alone deserves a high five from everyone, why not as I’m sure there’s nothing else out there that sounds this epic.
Sit back and enjoy a 3D turn-based strategy game which is easy to begin with but proves a challenge the further you go. Also there are squirrels in freakin’ powdered wigs, that’s right freakin’ powdered wigs!! As for the squirrels, you can choose from historic figures such as Charles DeMontesquirrel, Marquis DeBaguette and Marie Antoinutte. You have to be smiling now, powdered wigs and Marie Antoinutte are sheer genius.
- Simple to learn but hard to master gameplay.
- A story mode that will have you battling five squirrel bosses, each with unique abilities.
- A dynamic soundtrack composed specifically for this squirrel-battling game.
- Nail-bitingly fun local or online multiplayer.
- The game has squirrels in freakin’ powdered wigs!
Only one team could come up with this amazing game, say hello to ‘High Tale Studios’ who are a small independent game studio founded in 2012. Their passion is to bring back multiplayer gaming to the couch and continus to strive in exploring the absurd in gameplay and design.
There you are, Acorn Assault Rodent Revolution is the historically inaccurate retelling of the French Revolution… WITH SQUIRRELS. No release date has been set but expect to see this later this year, will you be getting this gem and fulfilling your dream of being a fancy french revolutionary squirrel?
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