The Zebra-Man!, developed and published by Zerouno Games, presents a new hilarious, fresh and absolutely crazy adventure, as a homage to retro games and grindhouse films, and once it reaches its funding goal on Kickstarter it’ll confirm its arrival to PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One at the end of this year, both in digital and physical editions*.
With an unmistakable visual style, a groundbreaking soundtrack, and live-action cutscenes and wild bloodlust, The Zebra-Man! will put to the test the wit and tenacity of the player, in a succession of surrealist happenings.
Whoever wants to experience it on their own can play the new demo that has been recently published on their Steam page to celebrate the 50% of the funding goal for the campaign.
The Kickstarter rewards go from the game, a live-action shortfilm, a booklet, an artbook, the soundtrack… in digital format, to a spectacular physical edition that includes everything previously mentioned inside a special package, as well as a poster, a numbered print, a controller holder and even a zebra mask!
*The physical versions of Xbox won’t include the disc in physical format, but an exclusive card with a key for the game printed inside the box.
But what the f#!% is going on in The Zebra-Man!?
The Zebra-Man! is a hyper-charged top-down action game with puzzles, brutal fist fights and blood spilling in your wake.
It’s 1970. Trapped in a secret facility at an undetermined time, you are a man without an identity and some mad scientists have been doing nasty stuff to you for quite long.
Confused and lost, you receive help from the mysterious Raccoon, a random guy with a mask. He is determined that you kill Alexander Cooper, and will only release you if you agree.
Soon you’ll be caught up in impossible situations, time travel, time paradoxes, interdimensional portals and enemies who outnumber and outgun you and just want to see you torn into a million little pieces.
it’s kill or be killed. MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
- *Warning: Contains a lot of blood*
- Homage to retro top-down action games and grindhouse films
- Puzzles, and intriguing story, time travel… and more!
- Live-action scenes
- A ground breaking soundrack
- Adaptive difficulty
- A Karma System with your partner Raccoon
- Launch in Q4 2023 on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.