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Switch eShop

  • US 21st Dec 2017, $9.99
  • EU 21st Dec 2017, £8.99


  • Review Guns, Gore & Cannoli (Switch eShop)

    Sweet but a little sickly

    How do you make the well-worn platform shooter genre feel fresh and exciting? Our answer wouldn't necessarily be to mash together equally well-worn zombie and gangster tropes, but that's what the developer of Guns, Gore & Cannoli has come up with. The game casts you as Vinnie Cannoli, a prohibition-era mob enforcer...

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About The Game

Welcome to Thugtown circa 1920, the height of Prohibition.

Set against the gangster heyday of the roaring twenties. Lose yourself in an exciting, elaborate tale of the underground and underworld. Experience friendship, betrayal, vengeance, and witness first hand the rise and fall of a criminal mastermind. This is survival horror, wiseguy style... Capiche?

The game tells the story of Vinnie Cannoli and his mob family, set in the fictional Thugtown circa 1925, the height of Prohibition. Beneath the city overrun by zombies, there's a dark story of conspiracy and betrayal. Unravel the sneaky mafia ways and government conspiracy while you try to look for your lost pal and for answers about the zombie-outbreak.

Action-packed gameplay

Prepare yourself for a non-stop, action-packed, completely over-the-top, platforming game where you have to fight, shoot, blast and kick your way through a deeply engrossing story. Not only will you have to take on the undead, but also rivalling gangsters and the army trying to cover things up.

Beautifully hand-drawn 2D graphics and animations

Step into the atmospherical, shady world built by HD hand-drawn 2D graphics. Experience fluid animations and cinematic style cutscenes.

Immersive world and period

Despite Prohibition and the imminent Depression, people are ready to drink themselves (un)dead. Every inch of the game is like a picture straight from the Prohibition era. The cars, the furniture, the Speakeasy clubs, the music and the weaponry reflect the turbulent days of the roaring twenties.