Tiny Troopers Joint Ops out now on Xbox One

Wired Productions are pleased to confirm that Tiny Troopers Joint Ops, the military-themed, twin-stick arcade shooter originally developed by Kukouri Mobile Entertainment, is now available for digital purchase across North America and Europe for Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, along with brand new, Xbox One exclusive content.

The Xbox One version of Tiny Troopers Joint Ops includes four brand new Zombie Wave maps, a brand new soundtrack, and an Ultra Hard Mode for those who like their shooters extra tough.

In Tiny Troopers Joint Ops, players take control of miniature marines as they battle evil foes from around the world with a multitude of weapons and specialist soldiers. Collect medals, dog tags, and intel during the course of each mission. With hours of explosive, gun-toting gameplay, Tiny Troopers Joint Ops is miniature warfare on a massive scale!

Experience the all new, Xbox One exclusive Zombie Wave Maps: battle the desert-dwelling dead as they descend in droves in “Operation: Zombie Storm,” fight back against a flock of poultry that ain’t paltry in “ZFC,” cruise and clear the airfield of cantankerous cadavers in “Zombie Patrol,” and call in help from the skies while facing endless waves of Zombies in “Z-End.”

Players who think they can handle the heat should make sure to try the Ultra Hard Mode! All of the above is complemented by a brand new cinematic soundtrack completely exclusive to Xbox One.

Tiny Troopers Joint Ops Features:

Over 60 action-packed mini-maps of mayhem including Zombie Survival Mode with online leaderboards
Recruit specialist mercenaries such as Medics, Machine Gunners and the Elite Delta Force to subdue enemy insurgents
Twin-stick arcade control system to blast your way through waves of enemy rebels

Published by Wired Productions, Tiny Troopers Joint Ops is now available digitally on Xbox One across North America, Europe, and the UK for $9.99, €9.99, and £7.99 respectively. This title has been rated “T for Teen” by the ESRB.

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