There’s no argument here that Shark Simulator is an eyesore. But what we do have here is publisher and developer Aerilon Studios on a mission, a mission to trigger. From the looks of it, there will be just as much blood and gore, if not more, than that found in the controversial Beast Battle Simulator.
On the road to becoming infamous is Shark Simulator. Currently in its final days of closed development and set to hit Steam Early Access on October 6th, the game will be available to play on PC in the next 11 days as of this writing.
As we wait for its release to arrive, the dev team behind the game has posted up a new trailer and description that shows how ridiculous the game is meant to be:
“Shark Simulator is a WTF physics sandbox. Play as Ed the shark, and give those tourists a vacation they will remember!”
If you recall correctly, another controversial game named Beast Battle Simulator features suicide zebras with bombs strapped to them, hippopotamus that enjoy decapitating their opponents, and a list of prehistoric creatures that can cause more blood and gore than tricked out Doom mods. Well, it seems that Shark Simulator is on the road to best it with its upcoming release.
The new trailer showing Shark Simulator sits below, courtesy of Aerilon Studios.
The actual game is said to be more brutal than the trailer in that the whole game is about causing as much trouble as you can on a paradise island. Additionally, this means wrecking an entire city using your jaws, bombs, machine guns and “mighty equipment.”
If, however, you become bored with ravishing a city to bits, there are multiple shops for you to browse around and buy from, because after a hard day of sharking you gotta find a good place to spend your hard-earned cash somewhere, right?
Beast Battle Simulator is currently holding a rating of “Very Positive,” and if Shark Simulator follows in the same tracks of upsetting certain groups while accomplishing its goal of being satire, I think it’s headed down the right path and could also share in a “Very Positive” rating. With that said, more information on this game can be found over on sharksimulator.com.
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