Warning bell + a "nu" challenger on Kickstarter
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English version by Bannon Rudis, Japanese version by Nina Matsumoto (aka spacecoyote)
English version by Gonzalo Ordóñez Arias (aka GENZOMAN)
Japanese version by Nina Matsumoto (aka spacecoyote)
Treachery in Beatdown City
It's rare to a see a classic beat'em up game go into production these days, and even more rare to see a genuine attempt at innovating the genre. That's exactly what Shawn and the Nuchallenger team are trying to do with their Kickstarter project, Treachery in Beatdown City. They are blending turn-based action RPGs with beat'em ups. We think this project is brave, and cool. It's obvious to see reading through Shawn's posts that the genesis of the game is very personal to him and his team.
Tune in below for 30m of gameplay, from the first level alone, representing over a year of prototyping and behind the scenes development. Check out the Kickstarter and back them if you want to see this game get made, like we do.