REEF ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES ALIEN CHAOS 3D for EUROPEAN RELEASE

Fight the alien invasion then clean up afterwards as Really Shooter & Mama hit the Nintendo 3DS. eShop.

London, April 16th:

UK video game publisher Reef Entertainment today announced the European release of ALIEN CHAOS 3D only for the Nintendo 3DS downloadable via the Nintendo eShop. Really Shooter & Poor Mama run a cleaning business – on the side Really takes commando jobs. When the animal robot aliens invade no further excuses are required for a side-on, room-clearing blast-a-thon.  However when you’re a cleaner as well as a commando things are never that simple. While engaging the alien hordes Really must sweep empty shells into recycling stations to make ammo and clean-up walls to earn points and credit from Mama.

Features:

  • Really uses an arsenal of different weapons spanning the Peashooter right the way up to the Explosive Flaming Chainsaw Shotgun.
  • The animal robot alien hordes include robo-boxing kangaroos, rocket spiked hedgehogs, shield carrying hippos and robo-frog fodder.
  • Debris, sparks, smoke and flaming chainsaws pop from the screen in 3D.
  • 5 chapters, 30 levels and 5 deadly bosses.
  • Exchange high scores with friends and other players via Street Pass.

 

ALIEN CHAOS 3D will be available on Nintendo eShop across Europe Summer 2012.

About Reef Entertainment: Established in 2005, Reef Entertainment is based in offices near the city of Milton Keynes, UK. Created as a UK based computer games publishing company, Reef is an independent studio-style organisation – not owned by or connected to any other major entertainment group – to provide Developers and Content Owners with distinct and alternate routes to markets worldwide. Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Nintendo 3DS is a trademark of Nintendo. c 2012 Nintendo.

 

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