Devolver Digigtal has revealed it will publish Gabe Cuzzillo's game Ape Out. It will release this Summer for PC and consoles. Check out how as the big ape you can escape his confinement with the trailer inside plus some screens. Even better, there's a playable trailer on Steam. If you plan to attend PAX East this weekend, know that the game will be playable.
APE OUT BREAKING OUT OF THE ZOO THIS SUMMER
- Coming to PC and Console, Play the Trailer Today (No, You Can Actually Play It)
Brooklyn - Independent developer Gabe Cuzzillo and primal game label Devolver Digital have announced Ape Out, hitting PC and consoles this summer. Fans of video games and apes and video game apes can actually play the Ape Out reveal trailer – a playable trailer, if you will – via Steam by visiting http://www.apeoutgame.com starting …now.
Ape Out is a wildly intense and colorfully stylized smash ‘em up about primal escape, rhythmic violence and frenetic jazz. Build up nearly unstoppable momentum and use your captors as both weapons and shields to crush everyone on your procedurally generated path to freedom.
“Since I was a little boy one of my hobbies has been to secretly set zoo animals free and watch them run rampant, killing their captors in the most violent ways possible,” said Devolver Digital CFO Fork Parker. “Ape Out captures that child-like sense of wonder in a very profound and meaningful way and also adds a drum beat.”
Ape Out is playable – the game, not the trailer – at PAX East this weekend in the Devolver Digital booth if you can survive the harsh cold that is Boston. For more information, visit apeoutgame.com and follow developer Gabe Cuzzillo the clever handle @GabeCuzzillo on Twitter.
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Granted.. synthetic benchmarks are just that.. but in Geekbench 4 a Snapdragon 835 can outperform a Q9550.. which is definitely faster than the E6600. (52 minutes ago)
My personal history of personal computing goes back to 8-bit computers. I think 2017 ARM CPUs are amazing. (53 minutes ago)
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And "many" isn't a specific number. There are many 8088s :D (1 Hour ago)
But the exponential rate of progress means that you don't have to go back too far to make that true. A lot of the progress here was done in our lifetimes. That's amazing. (1 Hour ago)