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BIZARRO ROGUELITE FIX’EM’UP UNCLE CHOP’S ROCKET SHOP GETS STEAM NEXT FEST DEMO

Get your hands dirty as a vest wearing fox in this fast-paced spaceship repair simulator 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASELeicester, UK – 7th June 2024

Ready your tools, diagnostic devices and basic literacy skills as the whacky, irreverent (and downright weird) roguelite spaceship repair simulator, Uncle Chop’s Rocket Shop, is coming to Steam Next Fest along with a playable PC demo on June 10th.

Ahead of its November release on Windows PCPS5, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch, the demo challenges players to take the helm at a franchise of the eponymous owner, Uncle Chop and get a taste of the whacky gameplay and tactile mechanics. The ultra-tactile mechanics twinned with a roguelite format create a unique and outlandish gameplay experience with an aesthetic and dark humour inspired by TV shows such as Adventure Time and Rick & Morty.

New gameplay, spaceships, repair modules and miscreants are revealed in the latest trailer which also features a sneak peak at boss ships, factions, and the…occult ‘activities’ that go alongside them…oh and donuts.

Want to join our group of existing reprobates and oddballs? Join our Discord & X (Twitter) community to keep up with all things Uncle Chop’s Rocket Shop related.

ABOUT KASEDO GAMES

Kasedo Games work closely together with enthusiastic & talented indie developers from around the world to publish ‘Triple I’ titles that players will love.

Through our vast knowledge of producing, PR, marketing and distribution, we always strive for quality games made by quality indie teams and we understand that every game and every studio has different requirements. The support, creative freedom and platform we provide means we can make great games happen without forgetting their roots. Titles under the Kasedo label include: ‘IXION, ‘City of Gangsters’, Recipe for Disaster’, ‘Filament’, ‘Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus’, ‘Rise of Industry’, ‘Project Highrise’ and ‘Crowntakers’.