Pixel art shoot ’em up ProtoCorgi launches in November for Switch, PC

"Dodge, shoot, and bark in this cute action shoot 'em up."

ProtoCorgi

Pixel art shoot ’em up ProtoCorgi will launch for Switch and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store in November, publisher Ravenscourt and developer Kemono Games announced.

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

About

Retro style pixel art, horizontal shoot ’em up, arcade gameplay and the cutest little cyber hero you will ever meet.

Play as Bullet, a C³ class (Cute Cyber Corgi) cybernetic pup in his quest for saving his owner, a brilliant scientist kidnaped by a strange alien race that wants to rule the galaxy.

With tight controls, smooth gameplay and exciting mechanics, ProtoCorgi aims to converge the best of the classics and the newest of the shoot ’em up genre into one solid piece.

Dodge, shoot, and bark in this cute action shoot ’em up.

Key Features

  • Fully animated beautiful pixel art.
  • Tight controls and solid gameplay.
  • Five stages planned for development, each with own unique bosses and themes.
  • Available for PC at launch, consoles later.
  • More surprises.

Watch a new trailer below.

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