Frantic Arena Shooter “Super Treasure Arena” Coming to Switch on Christmas Eve

Headup announces the retro-inspired arena shooter Super Treasure Arena for Nintendo Switch™. The easy to pick-up twin stick shooter will open its gates for treasure-greedy action junkies on Christmas Eve, 24th December 2018.

Super Treasure Arena features competitive play sessions focussing on battling your buddies on the same screen, just like we did many a night with multiplayer gems such as Bomberman. Besides real human enemies and bots, there’s a menagerie of monsters to shake things up and to drop even more coins for you – collect them all!

Since there’s no pre-game inventory loadout in Super Treasure Arena, you pick up your weapons on-the-fly. Depending on which you’ll find, you either shoot the hell out of your buddies or try to avoid direct confrontations, first focusing on treasures and smaller monsters. On top of that, each of the five characters has a unique special ability to turn the match around instantly. Either way, you need to grab coins and avoid being blasted by your “buddies”. The action is non-stop and a ton of fun!

Just check the Nintendo eShop and have a look at the new Trailer:

About Super Treasure Arena

Super Treasure Arena is a unique mix of retro-inspired arcade action and objective-based arena shooters. The result is a frantic game where collecting and stealing loot from your opponents is the key to victory. Play alone or challenge friends locally via split-screen for 2-4 players!

ENTER THE ARENA
Choose one of four different characters (each with a unique special ability) and battle it out on tight top-down maps, filled with angry monsters and shiny loot. Various weapons scattered across each map can be picked up and will help you blasting away your opponents, including bows, magic staffs, bombs, rockets and more!

MULTIPLAYER MADNESS
There are two insane multiplayer modes for you to enjoy. Just hunt for the most coins possible locally against your buddies via split-screen!

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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