Everyday Shooter Now Available on Steam


If you do most of your gaming on the PC, then you likely missed out on the excellent Everyday Shooter, Jonathan Mak’s music-driven twin-stick shooter that came out on the PlayStation Network months ago. Time for you to make amends, then, by opening up your Steam account and dropping nine bucks (until the fifteenth of May, at which point it goes up to ten!) for some exposure to one of the more creative takes on the concept. Get out there and get shooting.

And in case you missed it the first time, check out our interview with creator Jonathan Mak where he discusses the development process, code quirks, and the games from which he drew inspiration. Enjoy!

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Paul Hartling

As the Senior Editorial Producer, Paul has been writing about music games for just over a decade and has no plan on stopping. He started playing rhythm games with DanceDanceRevolution 3rdMix in the Winter of 1999 and he still continues to keep beatmania close to the chest.

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