Swimsanity is a four player shoot ’em up that takes place entirely underwater. It’s available today on PC (Steam), Switch, and Xbox One. A PlayStation 4 version is also coming, with a release date to be announced soon.

Swimsanity features online and local multiplayer in co-op and versus modes for up to four players. In co-op modes, players team up to unlock additional content, while versus modes include free for all multiple team-based matches.

Other modes include Adventure mode as the heroic Mooba works to save the underwater world, and an endless mode with waves of enemies. A total of eight different multiplayer modes are available with over 150 challenges. AI bots fill can fill empty spots if playing with fewer than four players.

The Switch version also features optional motion controls using gryoscape aiming. All platforms will feature cross-play between PC and consoles for easier multiplayer match-making.

Swimsanity is available now on Steam, Switch, and Xbox One for $24.99. It’s developed by Decoy Games and rated E10+.

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