Developer FreakZone Games announced their latest project to be called Knight Terrors.
Following the development of Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures, Angry Video Game Nerd II: ASSimilation and a variety of other funky titles, the company confirmed their latest work. Dubbed Knight Terrors, the player is set to go through various randomly generated levels. As a beat ‘em up, your goal is to use the powerful knight’s weapon and cut across the countless monsters. As you reach higher levels, more and more of them will spawn. How many can you handle?
In the test video above, you get but a glimpse of the chaos that awaits you. It might appear to be basic in design, but when more monsters appear, you will have to rely a lot more on timing and control then you think.
From the first look, I can tell that it will be a difficult game. I can’t say where it stands just yet, but when the game comes out, I will definitely give it a run.
Knight Terrors is scheduled for release on PC, iOS and Android. At the moment, there isn’t any confirmed price. However, it was stated that the PC version won’t cost much (whatever that means). The iOS and Android versions, on the other hand, will be free of charge. We can’t say if the mobile version will include any form of micro transaction.
To help with the game’s development, and to gather feedback, Knight Terrors is currently on GoFundMe. A campaign was put into place and promises more complexity to be added given that the funding surpasses funding goals. To ensure the game goes online, the developers are asking for €800. So far, 17 people donated and in 2 days, reached a total of €339.
“Thanks, everybody, for helping me get a quarter of the way to the goal already! I greatly appreciate the support of the early backers as I know the game is in such an early state that it’s a hard sell on just the pre-alpha footage you see. I will be continuing to update the page and info so you can see the game coming along. I will also be recording a podcast shortly with more info about the game and the funding, and the future of FreakZone!” -Sam Beddoes, FreakZone