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Swimsanity!

Indie, Adventure, Action, Multiplayer
Unleash Swimsanity! - 4 Player Underwater Shooter
Overall Rating
2.0
Gameplay Rating
2.0
Graphics Rating
3.0
Performance Rating
4.0
List Price
(USD) $14.99
Release Date NA
08/06/2020
Release Date EU
08/06/2020
Publisher
Decoy Games
Number of Players
up to 4 players
Play Modes
Supported Controllers

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Description

Swimsanity! Update 2.0 - New Solo Play Mode! - Improved Difficulty Balancing! - Improved Online Matchmaking! - Many Bug Fixes! Swimsanity! is a multiplayer underwater shooter with action-packed Co-Op and Versus game modes, all supported by online and local play. You play as our hero Mooba, who uses a variety of unique power ups and weapons to survive in this aquatic world. Whether you're teaming up with friends to swim into Adventure mode, or clashing in competitive matches such as Last Mooba Standing, there's more than 150+ challenges to complete across 8 action-packed Game Modes in Swimsanity! All modes can be played online or locally. Featuring: 4 PLAYER ONLINE CO-OP! - Team up to unlock content and complete challenges with players around the world. 4 PLAYER ONLINE VERSUS! - Join casual or ranked matches to compete and climb the Leaderboards to be crowned the best in the world. LOCAL SOLO, CO-OP AND VERSUS! - Feel the intensity in the room with some couch play with up to four friends. If anyone's missing, play with bots fill their spot. ONLINE CROSS-PLAY! - Play with anyone online across PC and Consoles. Including Matchmaking, Parties, Voice Chat, Leaderboards and Game Invites. UNLEASH SWIMSANITY! - Unlock 10+ eye-popping Unleashes to bring to battle for devastating moves. COMPLETE 150+ CHALLENGES! - There's always more to do by completing over 150 challenges across 8 Game Modes.

User Reviews

2.0
POSTED: Aug 27, 20 @ 9:42 AM
What a let down. First: the price is too high for what it offers. I really wished they went with some kind of campaign mode or even a simple premise, instead it just shows you a slideshow tutorial and then it throws you onto the menu. You decide which mission you want to do (they're just a handful) in whatever order you want: there is no progression and no explanation. Second: It really isn't that fun. I really tried to like it. I played it both solo and co-op, but it's not entertaining. I like the visual style and it does have some good ideas, but, as of now, it just doesn't work.
 

Guest Date: Apr 19, 2021 @ 08:02 AM