Killer Queen (video game)
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.
The video game is based on a physical game created by the same people. 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. 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.
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