Killer Queen Black for Nintendo Switch
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Killer Queen Black

Oct 11, 2019
8.26
playscore
Good
124th of 6481

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About this game

Developer: Liquid Bit, LLC
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Killer Queen Black is an intense multiplayer action/strategy platformer for up to eight players. Fly solo, or team up with three of your friends as you race to complete one of three possible victory conditions. Killer Queen Black, a new take on the arcade eSport Killer Queen, has been rebuilt from the ground up and optimized for console. The gameplay is immediately recognizable and familiar, yet it introduces exciting new twists and online play for the home audience. Killer Queen Black is the follow up to Killer Queen that fans have been begging for.

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Critic Reviews

18 Reviews
7.97
Ryan JanesOct 16, 2019
Killer Queen Black is an excellent multiplayer game that’s surprisingly enjoyable online but even better when played with friends. While I wish the local options extended to two full teams on a single system, its absence is only one disappointment in an otherwise fantastically fun game.
Jordan RudekOct 10, 2019
The gameplay of Killer Queen Black speaks for itself; there’s a perfect balance struck between the three victory conditions and the roles of Queen, Worker, and Soldier. I can’t really give it more of a ringing endorsement than saying this: it has the potential to be the definitive online multiplayer experience of 2019, and that’s coming from someone who plays Tetris 99 every single day. If you can get friends together, local or otherwise, you’re guaranteed an awesome time. Dynamite with a laser beam, indeed. My mind’s already blown.
Harrison MilfeldOct 11, 2019
Killer Queen Black is a fun and faithful recreation of the original arcade title. While the aspect of simulating ideal 4v4 local multiplayer matches has its technical issues, the transition from the arcade to home consoles surely doesn’t lose any of its competitive addictiveness.