LA, California. 9th June 2011. Independent game developer Tall Studios is delighted to announce The Shoot‘Em Up Kit. Designed by experienced developers who have created games for Ubisoft, EA, Microsoft and Atari, The Shoot‘Em Up Kit allows you to create your very own shooter.

“If you know how to use a mouse, you already have all the skills you need to create a fully fledged videogame using the Shoot‘Em Up Kit. With the Shoot‘Em Up Kit players can create professional quality 2D or 3D shoot‘em ups using a powerful graphics and audio engine, easily import their own custom graphics and effects and have their game up and running in minutes.”– John Reynolds, Managing Director

While a simple game can be created in moments, players can build a more intricate experience by tweaking the lighting, camera views, behaviours, physics settings, shaders, particle effects and AI using simple to use tools.

The Shoot‘Em Up Kit also features full support of user generated content, allowing players to create their very own art assets and add their own music and sounds.

“Whether you’re using professional tools or just pen and paper, it’s easy to create your own artwork to use in your game; the only limit is your imagination.”

Users also have access to The Shoot‘Em Up Kit’s online community where they can share their creations and exchange feedback and ideas with the other members.

The Shoot‘Em Up Kit public beta is now underway with the game available for a special pre-order price of just£19.95.  The Shoot‘Em Up Kit is the first in a series of game kits covering different videogame genres, with further product announcements due later in the year.

For more information, screenshots, the official trailer and gameplay footage visit www.tallstudios.com

About Tall Studios

Tall Studios Ltd is a privately held company based in Manchester, UK.  Tall Studios develops and publishes the Shoot‘Em Up Kit.  For further information please contact John Reynolds at john@tallstudios.com or visit www.tallstudios.com

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