Developed by Subcult Joint, Cookie Cutter is a classic 2D metroidvania that features a hand-drawn art style and a violent twist thanks to the use of weapons like chainsaws.
Publisher Rogue Games and development studio Subcult Joint have shared new information about Cookie Cutter , a classic two-dimensional metroidvania that is characterized by mixing its friendly aesthetics with a hyperviolent touch. Its managers have revealed that the title will be released sometime in 2023 for computers , although we still do not know if it will reach Steam, the Epic Games Store or both. We leave you with its official trailer:
Cookie Cutter has a beautiful hand-drawn art style and promises to combine different elements of the genre such as platforming, puzzle solving and lots of violent action. ” Cookie Cutter is a weird, wild, and really fun metroidvania. It has all the basics of the genre . Huge world. Lots of crazy enemies and boss fights. Twisted narrative. And it’s fucking beautiful,” said Matt Casamassina, CEO of Rogue Games.
Cookie Cutter will tell us the story of an android who goes in search of her kidnapped lover and creator
“It also has a heroine who defies video game conventions in the best possible way and is a title made unabashedly for older gamers,” added Casamassina. Cookie Cutter invites us to control Cherry, an android made thanks to the combination of technology and a mortal soul who will do everything in her power to recover her human creator, who has been kidnapped and is her lover of her As you can see in the trailer, our heroine has a wide selection of melee weapons to shred her enemies, among which we can find chainsaws, spiked shoes and even her own fists.
Naturally, the game will feature a huge world to explore and a comprehensive upgrade system for Cherry, although no further details about these aspects have been shared. Of course, you can expect large doses of humor thanks to its exaggerated characters and crazy dialogues .