Based in San Francisco, CA, USA
Sep 2011, Coming to Steam 2021
Remove your head, grab some bombs, and step into the boots of Serious Sam's most iconic foe, the Headless Kamikaze. Dodge hazards and heavy ordinance from the cowardly Serious Sam himself as you make your way through the chaotic action in an attempt to do what you do best: blow up the vile Serious Sam. Direct your kamikaze horde through more than 40 levels of action.
Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack! originally launched on mobile platforms in 2011. The game concept came about when Devolver Digital spotted indie developer Be-Rad Entertainment's game, Lame Castle. Devolver teamed up with Be-Rad Entertainment and several other indie developers to each create a game using the Serious Sam license. These games were collectively called the Serious Sam Indie Series, and they were made to help promote the launch of Serious Sam 3. Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack! has been updated and will be re-released on PC/Steam in 2021, ten years after the initial release.
- Beautifully hand drawn art (using colored pencils)
- Includes 40 levels of action
- Features multiple game modes including: Frog punt, Missile Mayhem, Bomb booting, and Complete Chaos
- Explosive sounds and audio from the Serious Sam franchise
Launch Trailer YouTube
Kamikaze Orchestral Gameplay Video YouTube
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About Be-Rad Entertainment
Be-Rad Entertainment makes indie games. The studio has been around since 2010, but took a break between 2015-2020 to work on other projects. However, Be-Rad Entertainment is back to making indie games! Currently in development is Demon's Mirror, a fresh take on the roguelike deck building genre. Notable past releases include Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack!, WarGames: WOPR, and Lame Castle.
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