The critically-lauded, outrageously bloody, retro-style platformer from the publishers of Valheim drops on Android and iOS devices today, with a free demo and barrage of optimised features playable in the palm of your hand

SKÖVDE, Sweden – May 26th, 2021: Coffee Stain Publishing and Easy Trigger Games are excited to announce that the chaotic bounty-hunting shooter Huntdown lands on the App Store and Google Play today. With integrated iCloud and Game Center support, players can save across Apple devices, including Apple TV, picking up their progress from anywhere.  

Brimming with electrifying, hilarious gameplay and dialogue, Huntdown has gained overwhelmingly positive attention since its original release in May 2020. With a collective Metacritic rating of 86%, and nominations for Indie Game of the Year and Excellence in Multiplayer at the prestigious 2021 SXSW Awards, Huntdown isn’t short on accolades! Its intricate pixel-art underworld populated with ruthless hoodlums and overrun by explosive gang warfare, continues to transport gamers back to the wit and grit of classic action movies and coin-op arcades of yesteryear. 

Initially built for mobile before its development for other platforms, Huntdown has now been specially mastered for the perfect portable experience. Players can kick back and kick butt with couch co-op, connecting multiple controllers to any device to clean up the grimy cityscapes as a unit. What’s more, the game is available as a free demo to try before purchase, without any micro-transactions.

For those unfamiliar with Huntdown, you play as one of three relentless bounty hunters tasked to keep order in a cyberpunk, concrete jungle infested with organised crime. Take to the streets, alleys, and rooftops in twenty levels adorned with hundreds of stunning pixel-art animations, set to a booming electro-synth soundtrack inspired by the music of the 80s.

“We’re so excited to make the Huntdown experience that much more accessible by launching it on mobile and Apple TV, Easy Trigger have put a lot of time and love into it, and it feels awesome to be able to release such a labor of love on mobile.”

said Albert Säfström, CEO of Coffee Stain Publishing.

Tommy Gustafsson, Co-Founder and Director of Easy Trigger, added:

“It’s amazing to watch Huntdown’s development come full-circle, as we’d always planned for it to be a mobile game from the offset. We’re so glad to be able to bring it home after such a positive reception, and give people the chance to pick up and play wherever they go.” 

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About Easy Trigger Games

Founded in late 2016, Easy Trigger Games are the developers behind the arcade shooter Huntdown®. The founders of the company consist of two passionate geeks, Tommy Gustafsson and Andreas Rehnberg, both of which have been raised in front of Commodore computers. The studio is located in the cold and bitter city of Trollhättan, Sweden.

Our ambition is to make entertainment experiences that are highly enjoyable. The key is elaborate ideas through well-designed games. We leave nothing to chance. When thinking outside the box is becoming the norm, our model is to combine proven gameplay elements that we know makes a magnificent experience. The inside of the box is rich and filled with treasures.

Huntdown Links:

Easy Trigger Games

About Coffee Stain

Coffee Stain is a game development studio, publisher and investor with offices in Skövde, Stockholm, and Gothenburg. Founded in 2010, Coffee Stain Studios is responsible for ridiculous global sensation Goat Simulator, the Sanctum Games, and the otherworldly factory builder Satisfactory, currently in Early Access. 

Coffee Stain Publishing was founded in 2017 to find talented developers and give them the tools and time to make their dream games. Since launch, the publishing arm has handpicked a select number of projects to partner with including Deep Rock Galactic, critically acclaimed retro arcade platformer Huntdown, and new indie triumph Valheim, currently in Early Access on Steam.

In 2018 Coffee Stain launched Leveling the Playing Field (LTPF) to support gender equality in the games industry, which offers funding to smaller and start-up development teams where at least half of employees are women. In 2020, LTPF expanded by broadening its criteria to include underrepresented races and ethnicities. Read more at https://www.ltpfgroup.com/.