Featuring co-op play for up to four people, it sounds like it will be an on-rails shooter experience with branching pathways. Attack of the Movies takes gamers through an array of movie situations fending off foes like aliens, robots and zombies. I'm thinking there could be a giant gorilla in there too.
Development is being handled by Panic Button, creators of the seminal Go Play Lujmberjacks, safe hands indeed. Attack of the Movies will hit shelves in Spring this year.
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