Developed by Tommy Gustafsson and Andreas Rehnberg, Huntdown is a hard-boiled arcade shooter reminiscent of 80s action crime movies. Crime rules the streets in this game and since the authorities has lost control, the bounty hunters are ready to hunt down gang leaders. Expected to release this year on PC, consoles, mobile and tablet.
Huntdown E3 2016 Trailer release
The E3 2016 Trailer for HUNTDOWN is out - a hard-boiled arcade shooter coming to pc, consoles and mobile:
"In the future, mighty gangs rule the streets as the police desperately lost control. Crime is king, and the authorities put their trust in hired guns to solve the problem. A price is set on each gang leader's head. It is the time for the Bounty Hunters.It is time to hunt 'em down."
HUNTDOWN is developed by a Swedish team founded by Tommy Gustafsson and Andreas Rehnberg. They are passionate about arcade games and retro games and grew up in the 80s, feeding Commodore-computers with cassette tapes and floppy disks while trying to do some magic. As two founders figurates in the centre, the rest of team share their passion, resources in graphic design, level design, sound engineering, programming and QA forms a dedicated team with an equally clear vision.
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