Kick and Fennick – Launch Trailer

Bright, Colourful and Fun!

Developer Jaywalkers Interactive have released the PS4 launch trailer for the award-winning indie game Kick and Fennick.

Kick & Fennick tells the story of a young boy named Kick who finds himself waking up in a bright and colorful, yet dangerous world. Armed with a giant gun that can be used to shoot down enemy robots, while also allowing him to make huge jumps using the weapon’s powerful recoil, Kick searches for a way to the highest tower in the city to find a new energy core for Fennick, his helpful flying robot friend. Together they must explore this strange, new world, jumping and shooting their way through 45 levels of collapsed skyscrapers, treadmills, bouncypads, magnets, teleporters, and a big guard robot that is never far behind!

Kick and Fennick is available on PS4, PS Vita and Wii U now and will be coming to Xbox One on June 3rd.

 

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