ProtoCorgi to be released on August 26th worldwide, latest trailer and screenshots

Ravenscourt have announced that ProtoCorgi, the horizontal shoot ‘em up with arcade gameplay developed by Kemono Games, will be released on August 26th worldwide.

To celebrate that announcement, a brand new trailer (focusing on the story) was revealed:

After gathering his strength to go on his quest to save his creator, the cybernetic pup Bullet is now ready to head out and defeat every villain that stands between him and Nixie. The new story trailer sheds light on how Bullet came to life and also how Nixie disappeared.

And that’s not all: there’s also some fresh details and screenshots to check out!

ProtoCorgi is an retro style pixel art, horizontal shoot ‘em up with arcade gameplay that gives the player control over Bullet, a C3 class (Cute Cybernetic Corgi) cybernetic pup.

When Bullet discovers that Nixie was kidnapped by evil alien forces seeking galactic domination, the cute, yet deadly Corgi goes on a quest to save her. The adventure ahead fills your screen with fully animated beautiful retro pixel art and lets you experience Bullet’s fights with precise controls, solid gameplay and passionate story. Shoot, Dodge and Bark your way through in this adorable Bark’em up!

The level editor offers different backgrounds that you’ll explore while playing the story of ProtoCorgi and gives you access to all kinds of obstacles to make Bullet’s life a little bit harder while navigating your creation. Obviously, the level editor also lets you place all sorts of enemies in the cybernetic pup’s path to bark up.

You can even decide whether you want your level to be classic sidescroller or if you want to move up or down and which tune from the soundtrack you want to accompany your custom level.

ProtoCorgi (Switch – eShop) comes out on August 26th worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Ravenscourt PR


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