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Nuclear Hipster revolves around a lead singer who is a hipster trying to save his band members from an alien anarchist; who kidnapped them and nuked planet Earth. The lead singer will sell his priceless record collection to build a retro robot dinosaur to travel across the wasteland of Earth remains to search for his missing band members. This wasteland is filled with danger such as bear sharks, anarchist aliens, and lasers. To save your band you must solve puzzles and locate nuclear bombs before the timers detonates so your band members lives will be saved.

Race against the clock in the casual exploration across desert, jungle and arctic wastelands. Float through toxic waste to reach new areas. Watch out for traps from the alien anarchist such as lasers, bear-sharks, falling rocks, UFOs, toxic waste, moving ice blocks, and more! The bombs are randomized for a new experience each time you play. It features One Handed Game play filled with Ridiculous Hipster Humor! Save the world you Save your band. In this first hipster inspired, indie rock adventure of a life time.
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