Supermarket Shriek set to destroy stores in 2019

In what can be described as a Black Friday simulator, Supermarket Shriek is all about destroying stores and is set to release next year.

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There's nothing like wanton destruction within the confines of a supermarket. And that's the idea behind Supermarket Shriek, the latest game revealed during Saturday's Kinda Funny Games Showcase.

Supermarket Shriek, from developer Billy Goat Games, takes a strange man in a necktie, along with his pet goat, on a shopping cart. The idea is to create as much destruction as possible inside any supermarket he comes across. However, some of these supermarkets have unusual defenses in place, including killer fire pits, buzzsaws, and more.

Supermarket Shriek is aiming for a 2019 release date.

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