Grrr! is a multiplayer casual action-RTS game for the PC that is played with a Wii Controller.
'Grrr!' is a casual, multiplayer action strategy game for the Wii that turns the RTS genre on its head by removing all the complicated tech trees and base building and replaces them with simple controls and short, action packed battles. Instead of tanks and soldiers the units are designed for younger players, like a Shark in a robot suit, a Crab with a Cannon and a Bear with a Jetpack. Gameplay is made more exciting by power-ups and themed levels, like the Unicorn Palace belonging to our 4th character: the Emo-unicorn, and the Nuclear Beach.
Players pick a squad of 3 characters and using the Wii-remote attempt to outmanoeuvre and outgun their opponents team in one of the arenas. Battles are in a last-man-standing format designed to take around 60 seconds to complete and matches are played in a best-of-3 fashion. The whole map is always visible on screen, meaning both players play on the same TV and can always see all the action.
Bears with Jetpacks created this game for Dare to Be Digital 2010. The team won the Adult Swim award for thir game.
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