As promised, Croteam and Devolver revealed today some interesting news about Serious Sam Double D. So get ready platform lovers and fans of Sammy as this interesting indie platform game will be released next Tuesday, August 30th on the PC. Serious Sam Double D is the first game in the Serious Sam Indie Series and will be available in all of its brutal glory for $7.99 through digital PC game services like Steam and Get Games.
Nathan Fouts, founder and lead designer at developer Mommy’s Best Games said:
“It’s been amazing to work with the Serious Sam franchise and I think fans of the series will absolutely love our unique take on a Serious Sam game. The Gunstacker is something we’re all very proud of and with 80,640 different gun combinations gamers will have plenty of weaponry options in Serious Sam Double D!”
Featuring the Serious Sam series’ trademark action and humor across 18 campaign levels and 12 challenge levels, Serious Sam Double D promises to keep your finger on the trigger and your heart racing.
Fork Parker, chief financial officer at Devolver Digital, publisher of Serious Sam 3: BFE and the Serious Sam Indie Series added:
“For fuck’s sake, what moron in marketing wrote this press release. Just tell them it has a fuck-ton of guns and some big fat titties running around trying to blow you up. Gamers love explosive violence and a nice pair of floppy tits in their face.”
Enjoy the Serious Sam Double D Gunstacker video!
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