Bizarre!, Rated ‘A’ For Absurd

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How Absurd Is Paving The Future Of Product Presentation

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Brand: Absurd

By: Dalton Oium

 

When it comes to building a collection, Absurd understands the importance of creating an experience.

 

For their latest collection, ‘Bizarre!’, they’ve developed an immersive, free-to-play first person shooter, available for download here!


 

 

 

Taking users through various scenarios, the entire game is programmed within the Absurd logo, with each letter representing a different level. As you work your way through each letter, focus on finding hidden codes as these can be used for in-store credit.

 

 

 

 

You should also be on the lookout for enemies as each shot affects your health points which are metered by a bloody t-shirt. In order to recover your health, players are required to find ‘Shirt Cleaning Kits’ and other snacks scattered throughout each level.


 

By now you may be thinking that Absurd is a video game developer; however, they’ve created this entire video game as a way to promote their upcoming collection.

 

As seen from their FPSbanana-inspired lookbook, each character is rendered with a preview of what to expect.


 

Along with apparel, this collection also includes a unique set of accessories such as a custom bullet USB drive and an Absurd logo mouse-pad.

 

If you haven’t downloaded the game yet, pick up one of their USB drives as those come with a pre-installed version of ‘Bizarre!’; all you have to do is plug it in to play.


 

To prepare for this release and to experience their full 3D lookbook, head to ‘Bizarre!’s’ website now!

 

‘Bizarre!’ the collection will be available exclusively through Absurd’s website.

 

 

Prices range from $15-$40 USD

 

WHEN: July 11th @ 3PM PST

 

@Absurd

Abs-rd.com

 

Published: July 11th, 2020 | Dalton Oium

 


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