July 5, 2012 11:00 PM | Danny Cowan
Deery describes RotoSchutzen as a "cartoony helicopter artillery" title in the vein of games like Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet and PixelJunk Shooter. Players explore a series of underground caverns using a modestly-armed flying contraption, destroying enemies and solving environmental puzzles to open up new areas.
Deery also notes: "The non-tile based level design allows for freeform evasion and attacks as well as the ability to move forwards or backwards in the level at any point without loading." Neat! Having finished Shadow Planet recently, I'm looking forward to playing more of this one.
RotoSchutzen is priced at 80 Microsoft points ($1).