Hipsters have begun invading coffee shops, and it’s up to upstanding citizens to stop them. That’s the premise of the newly launched Hipster Attack, a tongue-in-cheek take on the incredibly popular Plants vs. Zombies strategy game franchise. The game provides an option for users looking for a PvZ-like game without any ads or in app purchases to worry about.
The new tower defense game has players try and defend their favorite coffee shops from an onslaught of dirty hipsters who threaten to ruin perfectly good coffee. At their disposal, players will have an army of human resources personal, construction workers, and cleaners. Much like plants need sunlight, the anti-hipster army needs coffee and cash, the game’s two main resources.
Gamers will need to repel vinyl slinging Music Masters, typewriter wielding Heavy Bloggers, and a number of other hipsters. Players will be armed with their staff members and a number of special powers that allow them to turn hipsters into statues with the Statues of Hipsterity or lure them towards an urban trap with the promise of fashionable sunglasses.
The game was originally slated to launch last week but was delayed due to issues that the game’s developer found prior to launch.
Hipster Attack is $2.99 and does not contain any ads or in app purchases. Here’s a trailer with a look at the hipster invaders and the people that standing in their way:
Interested? Check out the tower defense game on Google Play.