Rock Hippo Productions announced today that Brawl Busters, the hotly-anticipated free2play online multiplayer action game, has officially launched. With the official launch, Rock Hippo Productions has released a brand new exciting trailer alongside scrumptious screenshots featuring festive new accessories and attire, a new City Hall Map and a new Boss Battle Mode. To check out the action packed online game, players can visit its official website and join in the mayhem.
Brawl Busters, an online action combat game for the PC, features innovative gameplay and a signature offbeat style like no other. The game is free-to-play, and controls are easy to learn, letting players focus on one thing: becoming World-Class Busters.
In Brawl Busters, players have full access to five unique classes: Boxer, Firefighter, Rocker, Slugger and Blitzer. Each class has its own unique moves, strengths and weaknesses as well as an extensive range of customization options. With a variety of single-player and multi-player modes available, Brawl Busters has something for everyone.
The first Boss Battle revealed for Brawl Busters is the dreaded “Bubble Yum.” He may look tasty, but don’t let his meek appearance deceive you. This huge pink monstrosity isn’t going to make things easy, and you especially need to watch out for Bubble Yum’s nauseating gas emissions. As if that wasn’t enough, he also tends to spawn armies of zombies. Don’t even try to take him on without backup – a full crew of experienced Busters will be required to bring this guy down!
Howard He, President and CEO of Rock Hippo Productions said:
“The new Boss Mode is exactly the type of challenge our community requested; this chewy gooey opponent wasn’t scraped from the bottom of any desk-he’s the real deal. The new trailer and screens shows off a fantastic cross-section of the game, including the new finishing touches players can add to their characters – with a variety of glasses, masks, goggles, and facial hair, players can re-create themselves in-game with more accuracy, or create the hero they have always wanted to be.”
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