‘Handcop’ lets you clean up the streets as a disembodied hand

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an upcoming indie game, handcop, has attracted the attention of many online communities with its unusual premise – an FPS where you play as a different hand.

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wandering the streets as the protagonist Michael McEvist, handcop Players will be treated to a game that not only makes them laugh, but is a serious first-person shooter — as developer Jeff Ramos wanted to point out.

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in an interview with IGN, the Brazilian developer explained that although handcop Having an entertaining premise, the game will feature fine-grained action and shooting mechanics. “Unlike most comedy games, the shooting is real here,” Ramos explains in the interview. “It’s so satisfying and the headshots are fantastic.”

Several examples of concept art and animation have already been shared on Reddit and Twitter handcop at the forefront of many communities. Almost entirely a one-man project, Ramos says the whole idea began as an experiment. “I was playing finger football with my wife,” he explains, “and I saw a TV commercial that showed the hand Addams Family. So I thought it would be fun to learn procedural animations using a hand instead of a humanoid. “

The little McWrist is capable of stealth tricks, fingering his way along power lines, and even snapping his fingers to trigger a teleport. handcop It has many unique features, says Ramos, and it’s more than just a visual lie. “Many people commented [saying] That ‘this could be a great game! I tried my best to explain that it is a game.”

No news yet when handcop Will be ready for release, but Ramos regularly shares updates from his Twitter account.

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In other news, Salmi Games is releasing a cell-shaded roguelike shooter sweet Surrender Next week for PCVR and Oculus headsets.

sweet Surrender is a VR-only shooter set in a dystopian megatower. The large structure is infested with robots that will have to be shot down as players fight to get to the summit. sweet Surrender Will release on September 30 for PCVR and Oculus Quest.

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