Vintage Cartoon FPS Mouse Gets New Trailer With Grappling Hook, Spinach Power-Up, And More

Vintage Cartoon FPS Mouse Gets New Trailer With Grappling Hook, Spinach Power-Up, And More

As you might expect, the grappling hook allows players to target designated points in a level for rapid movement and traversal. The helicopter adds vertical traversal to players’ arsenal with reduced descent speed, and finally, the Spinach power-up augments and enhances melee combat (in a nod to Popeye). 

Check out the latest Mouse gameplay trailer for yourself below

“Mouse is incredibly important to all of us here at Fumi Games, and we’re committed to making sure that it lives up to all of the expectations,” Fumi Games CEO Mateusz Michalak writes in a press release. “Our goal has always been to create a game that combines our passion for animation with our passion for first-person shooters. We are genuinely committed to collaborating closely with the Mouse community to craft a game that truly resonates with players. 

“We’ll aim to share more details – whenever possible – as development progresses. Our partnership with PlaySide and our dedicated and talented team is working hard to bring you the finest grandboomer cartoon shooter ever created.” 

Here are some new screenshots from Mouse for your viewing: 

Are you excited for Mouse? Let us know in the comments below!

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