Nom Nom Apocalypse brings top-down shots with food themes to Nintendo Switch

Developed and published by Deadleaf Games, Nom Nom Apocalypse is a top-down shooting game set in a world devastated by the apocalypse. The problem is that the world has been invaded by food monsters. You can take a look at the trailer below.

Nom Nom Apocalypse can be played alone or with a surviving partner in the local cooperative. You can also play online through Steam Remote Play Online. Like monsters, weapons are food-themed, with more than 30 weapons such as Ketchup Squirter and Fork Crossbow. There are also more than 45 different advantages that provide special skills, which could be what your chef needs to survive against voracious hordes.

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Deadleaf Games is a one-man studio led by Josh Sacco. “There is great creativity behind the classic monster movies that I find really inspiring,” he said. “For my first independent game, I wanted to channel this campy story with creepy but cute monsters and amazing art, but these dressings hide an arcade shooting game that demands focus, precision and perseverance.”

While the price has not been announced, you can check the Steam page for the game here. It is planned to be available for purchase on Steam on February 14, while it will arrive on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch at a later date sometime in 2020.

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