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Swarm from Hot Head Games is a PlayStation 3 game that mixes some RTS elements into an action platformer. Players are in control of a bunch of Swarmites that must be moved from point A to point B so that they can be taken to Momma so that she can use their DNA to grow.
Okay people of the internet. We have another awesome contest! The publisher, UTV Ignition Entertainment, has given us a pair of codes for their awesome new game Swarm. For those that haven’t heard about the game, you are totally missing out. I, personally, think it’s one of the best PSN games out. We were lucky enough to do a Developer Q & A a few weeks ago, and even Review the game ourselves.
In celebration of the game’s release last week, and the demo which came out yesterday, I would like those that are interested to follow us on Twitter and then play the demo. Once you finish the level, please capture a screenshot of your score and tweet it to us! After you do that, just post your tweet in the comments below. The two with the highest score will get a code for the full game.
You have until Midnight EST this coming Wednesday to get your entry in!
Hot Head Games (that’s their logo below and I’ve got to admit that head DOES look hot) can sum up this game for you, and they can sum it up gooood:
Swarm is an action-platformer from the game creators at Hothead Games. In Swarm you take control of 50 utterly fearless Swarmites and drive them through an intense, entertaining and often suicidal battle of survival. Run, bash, huddle, boost, stack, jump, push and throw your way through gauntlets of death and destruction in an attempt to collect valuable DNA and ensure that at least one Swarmite survives.
After that, and before getting the meat of the review (or steamed vegetables platter in case you favor a protein free regime), I can point you to our Developer Q & A with Hot Head Games so you get the full picture before I send you on ahead to glance at the little picture… or whatever needs to be said to continue with that comment.
Decided to stick around? Great! What’s my final review? BUY THIS GAME!
What, need more than that? Ok, just because you’ve asked nicely.