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    Radical Rabbit Stew cooks out a launch this July 16th

    Publisher Sold Out and developer Pugstorm has announced the fast arcade action Radical Rabbit Stew, releasing this July 16, 2020, for consoles in Xbox One, Switch, PC and PlayStation 4.

    Radical Rabbit Stew combines fast, pick-up-and-play gameplay with clever design, increasingly expansive puzzles and quirky fun-filled moments to deliver a game with wide-reaching appeal,”

    -Sold Out product manager Katie Clark

    Get a spoonful of action

    Get a hare-raising experience by combining elements of puzzle-solving, whack-a-rabbit gameplay, action, pixelated retro feel goodness, and a sizzling soundtrack.

    Key Stewing Features

      • Scintillating Puzzles – Sink your teeth into puzzles and challenges with a range of rabbit foes, and acquire gameplay-altering spoons that keep puzzles fresh and fun.
      • Super-Sized Boss Fights – Face off against unique bosses, each requiring different tactics to conquer. Whether it’s using enemy rabbits as ammunition or dodging incoming trains and smacking the drivers out, be prepared to think creatively to defeat each one.
      • Sizzling Pick-Up-And-Play Action – Enjoy a mixture of expansive, side-scrolling levels and shorter, single-screen layouts, and have the freedom to hop in for bite-sized sessions or defeat those rascally rabbits entire worlds at a time.
      • Seasoned Couch Multiplayer – Hop onto the couch to face off against friends in a competitive yet light-hearted multiplayer mode.
      • Sumptuous Arcade Art Style – Fun and vibrant pixel graphics that simultaneously complement and pay homage to the well-loved arcade genre.
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