Nov 24, 2017 Last Updated 1:32 AM, Nov 23, 2017

Dr. Spacezoo Early Access Interview

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Dr. Spacezoo Interview with Jesse Ozog of SmashRiot

Dr. Spacezoo is a chaotic twin-stick precision shoot-em-up packed full of gibs and grease for 1-4 players. Blast through procedurally generated Space Zoos to rescue exotic space animals in a chaotic bullet-hell shoot-em-up. Or reduce them to gibs. Your call, monster.

Features

- Twin-stick shoot-em-up jammed full of bullets, gibs, grease, sparkles, and glow
- Single Player or Local Co-Op for 2-4 players
- Full joystick support
- Blast through enemies and dodge tons of bullets in procedurally generated Space Zoos
- 4 Play Modes: Story, Action, Boss Rush, Permadeath
- Boss rush mode to fight against single and tag team bosses
- Permadeath mode with secondary weapon drops
- Diverse weaponry and power-ups
- Daily Space Zoo challenge
- High score leaderboards

Support SmashRiot and have fun while at it! Purchase today on Steam!

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