Andrew Rockett

Killer Queen Black‘s long-awaited Switch port is finally here, ready to treat scores of new players to a rewarding balance of strategy and chaos. Dropping you and your friends on either side of a war between insect hives, this team-based competitive game stands tall with many ways to win and a very high ceiling for strategic, creative play. At its best, Killer Queen Black is a high-octane showdown where quick, careful thinking and skillful play prevail. It is one of the top multiplayer indies on Switch. However, it does have a few hoops to jump through before that satisfying underlying […]

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