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Strike Force Foxx

Strike Force Fox is due out on the North American 3DS eShop this Thursday. You can find the game’s trailer above.

Strike Force Foxx is nearing release. The game is done, and according to developer Big John Games, is now in Nintendo’s lot check.

The studio tweeted earlier today:


Big John Games has shared with us the first screenshots from Strike Force Foxx. You can find them above.

Strike Force Foxx will be submitted to Nintendo lot check on April 1st. For the rest of March, Big John is polishing and play balancing.

You’ll find an official overview of the game below.

Ohno Odyssey developer Big John Games has confirmed its next project, Strike Force Foxx.

The studio tells us that Strike Force Foxx is a side-scrolling chopper attack and rescue game. It mainly focuses on flying an attack helicopter in different missions, ranging from enemy battles to hostage rescues.

Players will be able to upgrade their chopper with new and more powerful weapons. Additionally, they’ll be able to deliver and release a squad into a battle zone to help beat back the enemy while focusing on rescuing hostages.

All of the game’s mission’s are woven into the story, which “harkens back to 80’s action style television shows,” according to Big John Games president Ken Patterson. The plot is “a little over the top but thoroughly enjoyable.”

Big John hopes “people that have enjoyed choplifter style games in the past will find a lot to like in Strike Force Foxx for the 3DS eShop.”

You can find some art from Strike Force Foxx above. Big John is “putting the finishing touches” on the game, so hopefully we’ll be seeing it soon.

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