Killer Queen (video game)

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Killer Queen is a real-time strategy platform video game developed by Josh DeBonis and Nikita Mikros. It premiered in 2013 at New York University's fourth annual "No Quarter" exhibition for indie arcade games.[1]

The video game is based on a physical game created by the same people.[1] It is the world’s only 10-player arcade strategy game. The game is designed to be played arcade-style by ten players in two teams of five.[2] Two teams, each led by a powerful Queen, face off to be the first to bring the giant snail god home, fill their hive with nectar, or execute a triple assassination of the enemy Queen.


  1. ^ a b Blattberg, Eric (August 29, 2013). "Killer Queen: Half Joust, half StarCraft and one giant snail". Polygon. Retrieved June 16, 2014. 
  2. ^ Plafke, James (February 18, 2014). "10-player arcade game Killer Queen conquers IndieCade 2014". Retrieved June 16, 2014.