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Manchester, UK, 25 th May 2012 - New independent game developer Tall Studios is delighted to announce that the Shoot‘Em Up Kit has now been released.? Designed by experienced developers who have created games for Ubisoft, EA, Microsoft and Atari, the Shoot 'Em Up Kit allows users to create their own professional quality 2D or 3D shoot‘em ups using a powerful graphics and audio engine.?

The Shoot‘Em Up Kit provides a wide range of tools to build games without any need for programming.? A simple game can be created in under a minute while lighting, camera views, behaviours, physics settings, shaders, particle effects and AI can be created and modified to fine-tune a complex game. Users can then create royalty free stand-alone executables or share their games online.

The Shoot‘Em Up Kit also features full support for user-generated content, allowing players to use their own art assets and add their own music and sounds.

“Whether you’re using professional tools or just pen and paper, it’s easy to include your own artwork in your game; the only limit is your imagination.”– John Reynolds, Managing Director

The Shoot‘Em Up Kit is available from the Tall Studios website, www.tallstudios.com or from The Game Creators at a price of?29.95.? If you would like a review copy or more information please contact karen@tallstudios.com or visit the website.? A demo version (save disabled) is available on the website.

The Shoot 'Em Up Kit?is available?for the PC (XP, Vista and Windows 7).?

View Shoot‘Em Up Kit Trailer on YouTube

View“Create a Game in a Minute” video on YouTube

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