Everyday Shooter [PC]
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Everyday Shooter is an independent video game developed by Canadian programmer and artist Jonathan Mak. It was released on the U.S. PlayStation Store on October 11, 2007; the European PlayStation Store on February 14, 2008; and for Windows PC via Steam on May 8, 2008.Everyday Shooter is notable because it was created completely by a single person. The game was developed in the span of a few months by Jonathan Mak using Visual C++.In addition to programming and graphic design, Mak recorded and implemented an all-guitar soundtrack in the game. Mak collaborated with Shaw-Han Liem of I Am Robot and Proud on the soundtrack for Everyday Shooter.Sony Computer Entertainment took notice of the game at the 2007 Independent Gaming Festival and published it for the PlayStation 3 on October 11 as a downloadable game on the PlayStation Network.

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