Chex Quest HD launches this summer, is free-to-play

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Chex Quest HD

Chex Quest HD, a multiplayer remake of the 1996-released Chex Quest, will launch for PC via Steam this summer as a free-to-play title, publisher General Mills and Creature in the Well developer Flight School Studio announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Chex Quest HD is a modern, multiplayer remake of the classic 1996 first-person shooter advergame of the same name.

The Intergalactic Federation of Snacks’ outpost on the remote planet of Bazoik has been overrun by evil cereal-eating creatures from another dimension! These slimy “Flemoids” have taken the citizens of Bazoik captive and it is up to you and the Chex Mix Squadron to free them. Thankfully you have a handy array of “zorching” devices which can send these invaders back to their home dimension so you can succeed in your mission.

Key Features

  • Play as one of six unlockable members of Chex Mix Squadron!
  • In single-player or split-screen multiplayer mode*!
  • Save the galaxy from the nefarious Flemoid menace!

*Multiplayer mode requires two compatible USB controllers.

Watch a teaser trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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