Giveaway: It Came From Space And Ate Our Brains

It came from space, and ate our brains is an arcade top-down shooter with Horde survival gameplay. The brain slurping aliens are only vulnerable to bullets. Use the flashlight, environment and special care packages to your advantage and take care of the unwanted pink guests.


The game features multiplayer so you don’t have to do all the killing yourself. 6 unique maps will make you want to explore destroyed city blocks, play on the highway and visit various crash sites. You even get a chance to pay the home planet of the aliens a visit! Various unique and upgradeable guns to make sure you can keep on slaying! And much, much more! This includes: care-packages, game statistics, gun recoil, adjustable settings, new animations, leaderboards, multiplayer chat and 4 scaleable difficulties.

Triangle Studios focused on creating a unique atmospheric setting and addicting, straightforward gameplay. Check out the promotinal video:

Simply join our Giveaway and you just might be the lucky one who wins one of the keys:

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About the developer: Triangle Studios is an independent game developer from the Netherlands. The now nine year-old company has created many high profile titles for a wide variety of platforms. Triangle Studios is known for projects such as Cross of the Dutchman, Robot Dance Party, DancePad, WINtA, Graffiti Wars and many more.

If you happen to be one of the lucky winners, please consider leaving a review on the store page, it would help the developers greatly!

Thanks to everyone who participated in this giveaway, and congratulations to all of the winners. You will be contacted via e-mail address you’ve provided with instructions how to redeem your prize by the end of Friday, April 10th.

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