The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild Announces Comedy-Horror Shooter, 'Kur,' for PC Later this year
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SEATTLE, WA - February 21, 2020 - Announcing 'Kur' from Really Ragdoll Studios and The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild for PC
The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild and Really Ragdoll Studios will release 'Kur,' a retro FPS filled with dark humor on PC toward the end of this year. With the ability to kick absolutely everything, players will find both amusement and gunless gameplay possibilities throughout their entire experience.
As a mercenary hired by The Corporation, you will uncover horrible experiments gone wrong and an AI obsessed with becoming human. What makes an entity human, anyway? For some enemies, wearing the remains of their victims suits their needs just fine.
In addition to retro graphics and gameplay inspired by industry giants such as Resident Evil, 'Kur' offers a refreshing and hilarious playstyle in a genre that just might take itself too seriously.
Coming to PC late in 2020
'Kur' will be playable at PAX East at booth 27077 in the Expo Hall
Really Ragdoll Website: https://reallyragdoll.com/
Really Ragdoll Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReallyRagdoll
Quantum Website: https://www.qag.io/
Quantum Twitter: https://twitter.com/QuantumApg
Quantum Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QuantumApG/
Press kit: https://reallyragdoll.com/press/
About Really Ragdoll Studios:
Really Ragdoll Studios is based out of Seattle, WA. Founded in 2018 by Brian and Kehrann, who met at programming school, they are currently working on their first title, 'Kur.' The team is inspired by some of the generation-defining games of the 90s and 2000s, whose spirits drive the creative energy behind 'Kur.' Brian is a Navy veteran with a math degree who works as an engineer by day and game dev by night. Kehrann is a self-taught game developer from Seattle who has a passion for creating unique and engaging gaming experiences. By focusing on game design, Really Ragdoll aims to develop games that leave a strong impression on players while keeping them coming back for more.
About The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild:
The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild was founded in 2011 by Forbes 30 under 30 inductee, Ty Taylor. Quantum’s first two titles, 'The Bridge' and 'Tumblestone,' won a wide variety of awards at game competitions and festivals around the world. Each game also boasts over 2 million downloads to date. In 2019, Quantum unveiled their publishing branch, leading the effort with 'Almost There: The Platformer,' which launched on February 19, 2019. The company is increasing its publications in 2020, with seven titles announced and in active development as of February, including 'Sail Forth' and 'Deleveled.'