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Ponpu Sets Out To Destroy All Traces Of Howard The Duck

Play as Ponpu, herald to the almighty Duck God, sent to destroy but losing their memory in the process.

Ponpu
Source: Zordix

Easily one of the best looking games out next month, Ponpu appears to be the go-to party game at that, having a slight resemblance to the almighty Bomberman, in terms of gameplay.

From developer Purple Tree Studio and publisher Zordix, you play Ponpu – a herald of the all-seeing Duck God, sent for the divine destruction of the Earth. 

Unfortunately, the history books have lied and every two billion years said Duck God sends a messenger to put Earth’s inhabitants back into check by destroying them. Fortunately, Ponpu suffers a slight concussion on their arrival and loses their memory, thus going against the Duck God.

Ponpu - Bomber
Looks like a famous bomber title (a good thing!). Source: Zordix

As a single-player campaign, there are over ten challenging worlds to explore, each with their associative boss, but it can be a multiplayer event too with up to four players.

Opt for either local or online over three modes that include:

  • Coin Chase – collect the coins before your opponents.
  • Colour Fight – cover the level in your own definitive coloured paint.
  • Team Deathmatch – for the purists.

Ponpu will be available next month, so here’s a trailer to whet your appetite:

Out on the 5th of November, so you’ll remember it, Ponpu will be available on the PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One.

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