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    New party game Headsnatchers is now available on PC and Nintendo Switch

    Game developer Iguanabee and publisher Iceberg Interactive are head-to-toes excited to announced that Headsnatchers is releasing on Nintendo Switch and is exiting early access on Steam! It’s time to use your head and snatch your opponent’s before you find yourself eaten by a shark, flushed down a toilet or cooked in veggie broth – and those are just off the top of my head.

    With up-to 4 players joining the fun locally or online, Headsnatchers lives for its name: Snatch your opponent’s head off their shoulders and become the king of the party in 4 game modes and 25 unique levels to choose from.

    Feeling introverted on a cold November day? Try beating the Zombie Castle in single-player mode, which turns the mayhem into a spooky platformer! It sure is tricky to become the head-master of the undead.

    You can choose from 100+ heads, all equally loony and random OR you can create your own mad-hat with the ‘Headitor’, the custom head creator. Pretty a-head of its time, right?!


    Key Features

    • Online and Local Multiplayer mayhem, supporting up to 4 players
    • Four game modes, 25+ unique levels of frantic fun
    • Single-player Zombie mode, for when you just want some me-time
    • Customize your character by choosing from 100+ loony heads
    • Create your own heads using the visual editor

    Headsnatchers is now available on Nintendo eShop for USD 14.99 (approx MYR 62) and Steam for PC version.

    Kelvin is one of the many in our team who repeatedly ignores the advice to write his own bio. Left with no choice, his Editor had to write one for him. Kelvin is the Chinese William Shakespeare of video games, whatever he says or do is never straight to the point. You are in a furious gunfight with an enemy faction and you need more ammo, expect Kelvin to recite a poem or two first before finally realizing you are half-dead, surrounded, helpless, disappointed, the list can go on really. In his free time, he likes to play carefree games (Those games made for children above 2 years old but below 7). The Mr Philosopher of BunnyGaming.

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