Zenzizenzic is a fast-paced, adrenaline-infused twin stick bullet hell shoot ‘em up. Featuring a beautifully abstract art style and a thumping, full throttle soundtrack, it’s sure to get your thumbs sweating and your blood pumping!

Zenzizenzic, published by Adult Swim Games, will be available for Early Access on Steam in March 2015 and scheduled for final release in June 2015 for Windows, MAC OS and Linux. You can play it with a controller (like an Xbox360 controller) or with mouse and keyboard.

Zenzizenzic screenshot

Every bit of support will be hugely appreciated!




  • Singleplayer and local co-operative.
  • A large and varied arsenal of weaponry to choose from.
  • A rogue-like gameplay variant called ‘Macro’.
  • Mindblowing speed and movement accuracy.
  • Dynamically increasing difficulty.
  • Bonus levels with unique challenges.
  • And a blasting beat by bignic, known for the multi-platform hit Zombies.
Zenzizenzic screenshot
Zenzizenzic screenshot
Zenzizenzic screenshot
Zenzizenzic screenshot

Zenzizenzic is being developed by bitHuffel’s Ruud Koorevaar.

Before starting he didn’t know a damn thing about game design, development or anything concerning building games, except for what was garnered during 15-20 years of playing games. That didn’t stop him though. Ruud set out to realise his passion and learn it all as he goes. Now a successful Kickstarter and a publishing deal with Adult Swim Games later it is looking better than ever!

Zenzizenzic is currently fairly feature complete. What’s left is more content! However, please send Ruud your feedback. He’d love to take your feedback to make Zenzizenzic an even better experience!

Zenzizenzic screenshot
Even this early on, Zenzizenzic feels great, engaging and challenging for all types of shmup players.
Christ Priestman, Indie Statik
Zenzizenzic is an old-school bullet-hell style shmup that looks about as crazy as a game with that name should.
Although still in quite an early state Zenzizenzic already feels like a well polished twin stick shooter.
Alex Wilkinson, Indie Game Magazine
I swear on the almighty Gaming Gods. Zenzizenzic is bloody brilliant!”
Robin E, The Gaming Ground