Earn to Die Rogue: Zombie-Filled Platformer Launches May 9

Gaming Staff • May 1, 2024

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Not Doppler, an Australian game development company, has announced the release of Earn to Die Rogue, the sequel to the popular Earn to Die series. The game is set to be launched on May 9, 2024, on the App Store and Google Play. Earn to Die Rogue combines the action-packed driving gameplay of its predecessors with new rogue-lite platformer gameplay, where players can explore zombie-infested buildings on foot and discover loot and car parts.

The game features 15 action-packed platformer stages, including abandoned malls, military bunkers, and warehouses. Players can build and upgrade five cars, including a taco truck and a hovercraft, and equip them with spiked-frames and roof-mounted guns. The game also includes over 25 equipment pieces to upgrade the hero and over 30 power-ups. With rogue-lite gameplay, each run of Earn to Die Rogue will offer a different selection of power-ups.

Earn to Die Rogue will be free with optional in-app purchases and will be available in 13 languages. The game is currently available for pre-order on iOS and pre-registration on Google Play. Not Doppler is a Sydney-based game publisher and developer, known for the real-time multiplayer car battler Crash of Cars and the Earn to Die series. The company's games have generated over 300 million downloads, and they are committed to pushing boundaries and delighting audiences with fresh and innovative games.

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