Organic Panic looks to bring new meaning to the words “food fight.” Organic Panic is an action side scroller that consists of over 200 levels of single, cooperative (co-op), and competitive multiplayer gaming. GameMill Entertainment teamed up with Last Limb to create a stunning side-scroller that looks to rival the best of them. Although 2D and animated, the physics seem to be remarkably advanced and on par or better than Little Big Planet. This is due to Last Limb’s Destructible and Fluid Technology:
“Powered by Last Limb’s DAFT (Destructible and Fluid Technology) Engine, Organic Panic is a super-kooky action game with totally destructible environments and dynamic liquids. Nearly everything in the game can be manipulated in creative ways to solve problems or overcome obstacles: earth can be smashed through, wood floats and burns, lightning conducts, ice slips and melts, water flows and douses fire, rubber bounces, acid disintegrates and more!”
Organic Panic will feature over 200 levels, four elementally charged heroes to play as, and multiple game modes. It will also featured ranked leader boards to display your dominance, or inferiority, to your gamer friends.
Organic Panic looks to be the next big co-op hit for consoles, which are few and far between these days; even fewer when not on the Wii-U. Organic Panic looks to be ones of those friendship ruining games that are fun for everyone. I personally cannot wait to load this game up and beat my friends to the point where they attempt to slap the controller out of my hands. There is something magical about playing a game with someone in person, being able to see the look of failure on their face that online-gaming does not capture. I much rather jump up off the couch and do an uncoordinate victory dance instead of yelling profanities at a child. Organic Panic seems like it will be one of those games, and will release in March for Xbox One and Playstaion 4 digitial download.