Everyday Shooter Screenshots and Fact Sheet

With Everyday Shooter set to light up the PlayStation Network with tomorrow’s PlayStation Store update, Sony has released a shiny new batch of screenshots and the final fact sheet laying out all the game details. Give those goods a look below then drop by the PlayStation.Blog for a fantastic post blogged by the game’s Sr. Producer. Everyday Shooter mastermind Jonathan Mak will also be popping in with an update of his own tomorrow, so don’t miss that either.

Everyday Shooter:

Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. (SCEA)
Developer: Queasy Games / Jonathan Mak
Platform: Exclusively on PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) via PLAYSTATION®Network
Genre: Musical Action Arcade
Rating: “E” for Everyone
Price: $9.99

Developed solely by Jonathan Mak, Everyday Shooter won three awards at the Independent Gaming Festival at the 2007 Game Developers Conference. Now available for download on PS3, Everyday Shooter is unlike traditional arcade shooters. The sound effects in Everyday Shooter play in musical harmony with the game’s background music, leading to a constant and harmonic interaction between the music, gameplay and visuals. Throughout the album of games in Everyday Shooter, typical arcade sounds of destruction are replaced with guitar riffs harmonizing over an all-guitar soundtrack, also produced by Jonathan Mak. Everyday Shooter breathes life into simple mathematical formulas to create stunning visuals and a musical masterpiece on PS3.


• Play an Album of Games – Every level in Everyday Shooter delivers a unique all-guitar soundtrack, blurring the line between playing a game and listening to an album. Players experience constant and harmonic interaction between the music, gameplay and visuals.
• Unique Chaining Mechanisms – Each level includes a unique chaining mechanism that players can master to maximize scores.
• A Variety of Unlockables – Play to unlock extras, including visual effects like a painter effect, a single shade effect, a contrast effect and more.

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