Beware of this über-experiment: wicked scientists enhanced Wolfenstein vibes with Duke’s crude humor. Meet Nazi Busters!
Iron Wolf Studio is proud to present Nazi Busters: a first person shooter depicting in retro style an alternate version of WW2. A dastardly mix of Duke’s off-color jokes and relentless Wolfenstein über-violence is set to receive a playable demo in 2021.
The creators of a highly realistic sim, Destroyer: The U-Boat Hunter, are taking a detour and want to present WW2 events with a different spin. Man cannot live by realism alone. Nazi Busters is an FPS game, where Nazi dead bodies mix up with the hero’s one-liners so frequently, that even John Rambo himself would blush.
Nazi hordes are literally dying to eat a hail of bullets from your mighty MG42 or get BBQ’d by your trusty flamethrower. Guten Appetit! And if you really get into a blitzkrieg frenzy, you’ll soon realize that tearing out their pixelated, angular hearts is just as effective, if not even more fun. The arsenal at your disposal wouldn’t be complete without several Nazi experimental weapons, known as Wunderwaffe.
Your objective is as straight as a Luger’s barrel: kill as many Nazis as it’s humanly possible, unearth their miraculous technological wonders and change the course of history… and don’t forget to come back with a thousand Nazi scalps.
What lies in the granite corridors of Nazi bunkers?
- Experience highly stylized visuals in retro aesthetic akin to Wolfenstein 3D
- Listen to a mighty dose of brazen humor, reminiscent of Duke Nukem
- Witness the might of the Wunderwaffe: the alternate vision of WW2 has enabled Nazis to fulfill their most whimsical ideas for experimental weaponry
- Repel Nazi hordes in an explosive, blitzkrieg-like gameplay
- Get to play the demo in 2021
About Iron Wolf Studio S.A.
Iron Wolf Studio S.A. was established when two separate business entities, Iron Wolf Studios and Inimages merged into one. Both companies created U-BOOT the Board Game: a unique mix of a U-Boot sim and a board game with beautifully realized physical components. The project proved to be a massive success (having been awarded with Charles S. Roberts Award: Wargame of the Year) and the studio wanted to leverage its experience in creating WW2 naval sims and take up production of fully-fledged computer sims. Destroyer: The U-boat Hunter is their first video game. At the same time, the company is open to realizing projects in other genres and strives to diversify its portfolio.