ZOMBEEZ: A Killer Queen Remix Full Release Coming September 1

The first single-player Killer Queen game, the full release of BumbleBear Games’ ZOMBEEZ: A Killer Queen Remix is slated for September 1, 2021.

A procedurally generated race against the clock, this title has the Blood Queen turning your hive against you, reanimating them into an undead apian horde. Players must escape like BloodBears, BumbleBats, BubbleSlugs, and FireSnails – along with bosses like the Zillipede, SlimeFly, and the Blood Queen herself – by flying, running, and leaping through an insectoid underworld. Much like the original Killer Queen, players can ride snails, transforming into winged Warriors.

New to the full launch of the game is the Citadel of Blood area, only available to runners that have survived Hell and The Outskirts.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Trailer for ZOMBEEZ: A Killer Queen Remix

According to Josh DeBonis, president of BumbleBear Games:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“ZOMBEEZ started off as a way to bring more Killer Queen to our fans in a time where COVID-19 kept them from playing in arcades. Now with our full release, we’ve transformed ZOMBEEZ into a lean, mean action platformer we think you’ll find hard to put down.”[/testimonials]
Source: Press Release
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