The game that wants old people to Just Die Already is available for free on the Epic Games Store. Released in 2021, the Curve Games and DoubleMoose Games title features loads of angry old people and the mayhem they hilariously unleash.
Before grabbing a walker and smashing up retail store take a look at the Nano Gaming News review for Just Die Already. We gave the game a solid 8 out of 10 for the unbelievable amount of boomer carnage.
As an angry old person who has been kicked out of their retirement home, players now get to exact their revenge on the world. To survive players will need to collect enough money to afford a proper retirement facility, until then a little havoc is in order.
From bloody limbs to urinating on everything, the world is ready for these old people to just die already. Four PvP arenas allow friends to rip each other’s arms off in the ultimate boomer battle. With so much carnage, foul language, and cartoonish gore this game is definitely intended for mature audiences.
Just Die Already is available on Windows PC and is free from the Epic Games Store until 8:00 AM PDT on May 5, 2022. The game can also be purchased for $14.99 from Humble Bundle and Steam. Console versions of the game are available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Follow @JustDieGame on Twitter or visit the game’s page on the publisher’s website here for more information.
DoubleMoose Games (@DoubleMoose Twitter) is a collective of several self-described “three-dimensional organic meat automatons” who are “infused by four-dimensional souls” that converged to produce entertainment products for the inhabitants of Earth. The Swedish game development studio’s portfolio includes Animal Super Squad and Just Die Already.
Curve Games (@curvegames Twitter) is a leading publisher of games on PC and consoles. Founded in 2005 by Jason Perkins, the company is a British video game publisher based in London, England. Since 2013 the company has been working with game developers to bring their games to the global market with hits such as Dear Esther and Human: Fall Flat. The publisher has also won awards such as the Indie Games Publisher of the Year at the 2018 and 2019 MCV Awards.
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