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Ridiculous Catapult Simulator
Ridiculous Catapult Simulator

Ridiculous Catapult Simulator Announced at Gamescom 2020

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Publisher All in! Games have announced the coming release of Ridiculous Catapult Simulator in Early Access on Steam. The unique game is produced by Failcore and merges the rag-doll physics in a 3D tower defense with rag-doll physics and deck-building elements. In addition, a demo will be available during the Steam Game Festival – Autumn Edition.

Check the announcement trailer down below:

Laugh your silliest evil laugh when playing Ridiculous Catapult Simulator as your enemies fall hilariously to their rag-doll knees under a barrage of bathtubs. Defend your castle and wreak havoc in the 3D pastel-colored world with ingenious ammo combos as you work to build a deck of destruction!

Jan Cieślar, Failcore’s founder and creative director shared a few words about the partnership with the publisher and Steam. “We’re thrilled to cooperate with All in! Games to help our title reach a wider audience” … “Early Access is a great way to gather player feedback and will help us create a balanced, systemic experience.”

About Failcore

Failcore is a video game studio established in Warsaw with fully remote employees working worldwide. Their first game began as a joke over lunch (Invisible Fist). Their second game, a more serious project is an eye-candy deck-builder tower defense made together with All in! Games.

All in! Games is a video game publishing and production company based in Krakow, Poland. Founded in 2018, the team creates and supports unique games for PC and consoles, working on both Polish and international projects. All in! Games’ portfolio features titles such as Ghostrunner (One More Level, co-publisher 505 Games), Paradise Lost (PolyAmorous), Alaloth – Champions of The Four Kingdoms (Gamera Interactive), and Tools Up! (The Knights of Unity).

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