Flashbulb Games’ Multiplayer Party Brawler Rubber Bandits: Summer Prologue Is Now Free on Steam
Whack your friends with dead fish, water balloons and more in hilarious physics-based matches for up to four players
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — June 3, 2021 — Flashbulb Games is amped to kick off the season with the release of Rubber Bandits: Summer Prologue, a special playable sneak preview of the studio’s upcoming physics-based multiplayer party brawler. Free to download now on Steam, this intensely amusing action game lets up to four players battle it out in quick matches of fun in the sun with a variety of summer-themed levels, weapons and characters.
Enjoy the simple pleasures of a beach getaway: beautiful sun, warm sands, and bopping your friends in the face for bragging rights. Grab whatever you can get your hands on and use it as a weapon — the first to three victories wins the summer!
Rubber Bandits: Summer Prologue features:
- Solo and team-based gameplay: Duke it out in free-for-all or buddy up in 2v2s.
- No hassle, four-player multiplayer: Battle online or locally, with everyone on one PC.
- Big summer vibes: Discover holiday-themed characters, levels and items. Pick up everything from dead sharks to beach balls to water guns and more to win!
And all this is just a taste of what’s to come. The complete edition of Rubber Bandits will feature brawl and heist modes, lots of different weapons, destructible levels and more when it officially launches later this year. Players can wishlist the game now on Steam.
About Flashbulb Games
Flashbulb Games is a Copenhagen-based “grown-up startup” consisting of industry veterans whose past experience includes work at Press Play, Rare, Square Enix, and CCP. The team prides itself on keeping an open line of communication with players and being easy to reach on Discord. Flashbulb Games was founded in 2016 to make the creative sandbox vehicle-building and exploration racing game Trailmakers, because the team wanted to make experiences where players could freely express themselves. For more on the studio, visit www.FlashbulbGames.com.