13AM Games have announced that their upcoming game ‘Dawn of the Monsters’ will premiere at this years G-Fest. The indie development team consists of 9 diverse members from Toronto Canada. Which, they have previously developed games such as RunbowPirate Pop Plus, and Double Cross. One thing that each of these games has in common is that they are in 2D. So 13AM Games will feel right at home with Dawn of the Monsters.

According to multiple sources, 13AM Games describes Dawn of the Monsters as a “couch co-op, brawling action game that takes up to four players on a worldwide tour of destruction. Players take on roles from an all-new cast of kaiju and are tasked with defeating the ‘Nephilim’, a horde of monsters that are destroying the planet.” They continue, ” Conquer four unique worlds and unlock The Maw, an endless onslaught of kaiju brawls. Featuring beautiful 2.5D graphics inspired by the works of Mike Mignola, combat inspired by classics from the action and fighting game genres, and fully destructible environments, couch co-op in Dawn of the Monsters is bigger and badder than ever before.”


As for what Kaiju’s will be playable? Well, that will most likely be revealed at the G-Fest XXVI in Chicago. The G-Fest is a large convention centered around Godzilla, and other Kaiju themed entertainment. Last years G-Fest was the most successful kaiju themed convention to this date. As the people behind the convention try to work towards making 2019’s convention bigger and better, G-Fest XXVI will consist of this.

Dawn of the Monsters will premiere at the G-Fest XXVI at 12:00 pm CDT, on the 12th of July at Crowne Plaza O’Hare, Rosemont, Illinois.

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