Mayhem in Single Valley, the fast-paced puzzle-loaded action adventure from developer Fluxscopic and publisher tinyBuild, battles contaminated hordes on PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

What is Mayhem in Single Valley?

Accepted into the art school of his dreams, Jack must put his plans on hold to save his hometown. A horrible traffic collision causes a semi-truck to topple, spilling hazardous chemicals into the water system, transforming townsfolk and surrounding wildlife alike into radioactive zombies. Now it is up to Jack to find a way to save the Single Valley community and prevent the apocalypse from spreading to the rest of the world.

Players can contain the infection by scouring the small city and nearby wilderness for answers. Search for clues and locate equipment to help combat the newly turned inhabitants. Evade sinister squirrels, ferocious felines, brutal bears, and other mutated monstrosities. Use different tactics to navigate through the mindless masses, like throwing carrots to distract brain-dead bunnies or shooting nuts and bolts from slingshots to stun enemies in their tracks.

We wanted to recreate the old-school gaming aesthetic and modernize it for today’s indie scene, incorporating some of our favorite memories from the era, said Brian Cullen, Founder at Fluxcopic. After receiving praise from PC players, we’re excited to be expanding onto consoles and spread our reach to a bigger audience.

Mayhem in Single Valley has launched on PlayStation 5|4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One for $14.99 USD, and is currently available on PC via SteamEpic Games Store, and GoG.

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