Dead End Job Bustin’ Out on Steam, “PS4”, Nintendo Switch & Xbox One this December

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 Headup is thrilled to announce that developer Ant Workshop’s madcap twin-stick shooter Dead End Job is (ghost)busting its way onto PC, Nintendo Switch, "PS4" and Xbox One on Friday, the 13th of December — hauntingly appropriate, wouldn’t you agree?

Developed by the former lead level designer on Red Dead Redemption, this insane mash-up of Ren & Stimpy meets Ghostbusters puts you in the ethereal boots of Hector Plasm.

As a simple salary-specter, employed with the Number One Experts in Paranormal Pest Control, Ghoul-B-Gone — Hector is tasked with ridding the wacky world of meddlesome spectral interlopers. Tag along with our hero for just another day at the office as he heads all over town to offices overrun by spirits, wraith-infested restaurants, and buildings around the rest of town with his trusty ghost bustin’ vacuum pack and trusty ol’ plasma blaster, putting abhorrent apparitions to rest for GOOD!

But what does another day on the job entails for Hector? Check out the Dead End Job trailer, featuring Hector’s tasks below: https://youtu.be/8QkUsEe3iUo

Dead End Job is currently available exclusively on Apple Arcade, and will haunt PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch on December 13!


Lovers of 90’s cartoons, wacky ghost hunting adventures, or cleanliness, will have a literal blast zooming through the vibrantly cartoony, gag ‘till you laugh, procedurally generated world as they suck up unsuspecting spooky pests. Groove to the beats of award-winning composer Wil Morton (of Grand Theft Auto fame) as you rescue residents and chase promotions by wracking up hefty invoices to send to your clients — ghoul by fiendish ghoul!

Stream the game on Twitch and Mixer and get your audience in on the action — integrated interactivity allows your viewers to help you devastate demonic intruders or hinder your assault on the afterlife. Whether you play alone or team up with a haunt-hunting buddy for some seamless drop-in/drop-out split-screen couch co-op action, Dead End Job is sure to keep you coming back for more!


A press kit with new screenshots, videos, and logos is available here:
http://bit.ly/DeadEndJob_Presskit

For the latest up-to-date news about Dead End Job, follow AntWorkshop on Twitter and “like” the game on Facebook.


About Headup

Headup is a hybrid games publishing and development company providing players worldwide with the best content in the independent gaming sector. Established in 2009, it is active on all major platforms such as consoles, mobile devices and PC, and was awarded as "Best Publisher" at the German Developers Awards in 2012, 2013 and 2017. With over 70 million customers served on mobile and further several million players on the PC and consoles, Headup is always looking to raise awareness and commercial success for developers thinking outside the box. More information can be found at www.headupgames.com.

About Ant Workshop

Ant Workshop is an independent game developer based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Founded by ex-Rockstar Games Lead Designer Tony Gowland in 2015 to focus on developing original IP and interesting games with an off-beat sense of humour. The first major game release from Ant Workshop, Binaries, released on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2016 and was nominated for a BAFTA Scotland ‘Best Game’ award.Ant Workshop also helps other indies bring their games to Nintendo Switch (most notably, Mike Bithell's Circular series) and is currently developing its next title, Dead End Job - a cartoon twin-stick shooter for PC & consoles about a Paranormal Pest Control worker. More at www.ant-workshop.com.

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