New Gameplay Trailer for ‘Shing!’

by MaddOx
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Indie developer Mass Creation has released a new gameplay video for Shing!, the side-scrolling arcade action game. In this deep dive, Game Director Greg Kurek breaks down new enemies and a new boss fight, as well as the fast-paced combat and teamwork that make Shing! great to enjoy with friends in online and local co-op for up to four players.

Check out the Shing trailer below

The game delivers a classic beat ’em up experience that stays true to what fans love about the genre while adding a few twists of its own. Shing!’s unique control style is designed around the right analogue stick, letting you pull off angled slices, counters, aerials and more with freestyle flicks and spins. Learning to block and parry effectively will help keep you alive in the heat of battle, while special buffs around the environment will give you incredibly active and passive buffs to unleash on foes.

Your band of wisecracking warriors each have their own strengths, and you can swap between them at any time in an instant to extend combos, revive allies, or conserve power-ups for later use. Throughout the adventure, you’ll discover thrilling challenge rooms where you can test your skills and reflexes in ultra-hard scenarios. There are also special lore rooms where you can spend time getting to better know your party members, as well as the distinct world of anime-inspired visuals and music that is Shing!

Shing gameplay

The game is expected to officially launch on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, Mac and Linux late this summer. For more information, visit http://shingthegame.com and the official Discord: https://discord.gg/masscreation.

About Mass Creation

Based in Poland, Mass Creation is an independent game development studio known for creating titles like CorridorZDraw SlasherRun Like Hell! and the upcoming side-scrolling beat ’em ‘up Shing! The team is made up of passionate industry professionals making high-quality, action-packed gaming experiences.


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