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Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
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Now Available on Early Access!
New demo available!
Release date: Around June 2015

Zenzizenzic is a high paced, adrenaline infused, abstract, challenging and addictive twin stick shoot 'em up bullet hell game for Windows, Mac and Linux! It features a beautiful, cohesive and abstract art style combined with thrilling, addictive one and two player gameplay along with a soundtrack that is sure to get the adrenaline pumping!

Zenzizenzic gives the player a compelling and challenging experience that strongly motivates the feeling of "let's try one more time!". Expect five well balanced, thought out and uniquely varied levels which can be conquered with an exotic selection of weaponry, ranging from screen filling lasers to black holes and time manipulating jumps.

Zenzizenzic takes a well established genre of games and aims to lift it up to the next level through highly responsive controls, modern gameplay mechanics, a unique art style and a blasting beat. It doesn't try to reinvent the wheel of bullet hell and twin stick shoot 'em up games, it rather tries to make it the fastest, tightest and most agile of all.

The game is aimed at the players who seek a challenge. The progressive nature of the levels with each offering a new mechanic to overcome, the dynamically increasing difficulty as new enemies are introduced when the player performs well in the game and the rich and layered weapons offer the players a high skill ceiling, giving them the chance and means to test their skills to the fullest!

Release date: June 2015
Price: TBA
Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux

What the press is saying so far:
  • “Zenzizenzic can be favorably compared to Geometry Wars, with it’s excellent, minimal art style, high difficulty and precise gameplay. Highly recommend, it’s so damn pretty!" - Hairy Code Money, Alpha Beta Gamer[]

  • “Can the world handle it? No. Absolutely not. It’s crazy. If you like crazy, however, you should check it out." - Nathaniel Liles, Cliqist[]

  • “Zenzizenzic is a old-school bullet-hell style shmup that looks about as crazy as a game with that name should." - Yannick Lejacq, Kotaku

  • “For me, Koorevaars first game is finally the legitimate successor to Geometry Wars!." - Benjamin Schmädig[]

A free, limited beta download can be found on Go give it a spin! Only takes a minute to download.

  • Singleplayer and local co-operative. Play with a buddy (aka scapegoat)!

  • A large arsenal of weaponry to choose from. We got lasers, pods, charge shots, black holes, time jumps and more to come!

  • A rogue-like gameplay variant. Explore an open and randomized world!

  • Mindblowing speed and movement accuracy. All the tools necessary to get out of the tightest of fits.

  • Dynamically increasing difficulty. We can't have things to be too easy right?

  • Bonus levels with unique challenges. Earn enough points and you shall be given entry.

  • And a blasting beat by bignic, known for the multi-platform hit Zombies.

Nothing at the moment. But stay tuned!

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Furthermore, you can also find and support Zenzizenzic on Facebook[] and Twitter, and of course a vote here on Greenlight would be amazing!

Popular Discussions View All (1)
Dec 19, 2014 @ 3:36am
Playing with controllers at PC
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Ray Nov 3, 2015 @ 7:46am 
Fishman465 Jan 28, 2015 @ 1:29am 
Finally greenlit.... after you did that publishing deal.... go figure. Congrats anyways!
bitHuffel  [author] Dec 16, 2014 @ 4:37am 
Thank you for the support and kind words Buckle, RoX (and of course, feel free to share, although a bit belated in the response, it'd be much appreciated), Sarchasmus and Shafylus!
Looks good, voted!
Sarchasmus Dec 11, 2014 @ 10:27pm 
Admittedly was first drawn to it by the music, then intrigued by the gameplay - both go hand in hand. Very unique shooter, have never seen anything like it. Congrats on getting the game through Kickstarter, can't wait to see it released!
RoX Nov 11, 2014 @ 1:17pm 
If I didn't know better, I would have guessed this was a game by Jonathan Mak (Everyday Shooter). From the abstract minimalistic art, to the emphasis on the sound track, and the twin stick bullet hell game play, it's very reminiscent. Regardless, I'm all over this! I love the complex simplicity of it, the driving rythmic sound track, and best of all the twin stick game play. There are some features listed above that make for great gaming... and I'd love to check this one out!

Hope you don't mind me linking to this from my Twin Stick Aficianado group page: . We are still new so we don't have a lot of members yet but we are all twin stick fanatics!

Anyways good job, it's a thumb from me.
{Cy4G} Buckle Yo Pants Sep 26, 2014 @ 8:57pm 
Damn, just found out about this from browsing bignic's music. And this looks killer!
bitHuffel  [author] Sep 16, 2014 @ 7:21am 
It always helps Fishman465! Thank you.
Fishman465 Sep 11, 2014 @ 1:24am 
no idea if this still needs votes due to the AS games deal but hey more never hurts, especially for one of the more inovative shooters I've seen.
President Nixon Sep 1, 2014 @ 8:56pm