Battle Splash 2.0 brings together third-person shooting and an anime art style. Upon first seeing it, it definitely brings a bit of Splatoon to things with its usage of family-friendly firing methods. Instead of paint, you have water and instead of a variety of different painting tools, you get giant water guns. The pace looks fast and the game itself looks like a lot of fun. Right now, you can experience it for yourself for $9.99 via early access – with a full release planned in 2019.