Nintendo Life shared the good word of Cranky Watermelon‘s Boomerang Fu, the frantic boomerang party brawler starring adorable yet lethal food creatures, out now on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Steam for PC: The Switch is becoming a truly wonderful place for local multiplayer delights, with plenty of titles fighting for your attention on the eShop. This latest release […]
Twinfinite’s Aaron Greenbaum is excited about having a new co-op game on Nintendo Switch with the arrival of Riverbond, the voxel dungeon-crawler from Cucucumber, releasing December 10, 2019. Riverbond is a voxel-based dungeon crawler where players can team up to take down tons of enemies and bosses. The game utilizes a 3D, pixelated aesthetic that makes it kid-friendly and […]
Writing for Screen Rant, Scott Baird awarded Brief Battles, a fast-paced, underwear-fueled platform fighter from Juicy Cupcake that’s easy to approach and rewarding to master, four stars out of five. With a focus on local multiplayer and empowering underwearriors with magical underpants, showdowns in Brief Battles are challenging and rewarding: Brief Battles is focused on offering couch […]
Andrew Freeth, co-founder of Juicy Cupcake, spoke to Harold Goldberg of The Washington Post about what makes a great fighting game. This comes ahead of the May 7th release of Brief Battles, a fast-paced, underwear-fueled platform fighter. Adding his feedback alongside a selection of other fighting game creators and competitors, Freeth talks about the balance between […]
Dean Abdou of Xbox Achievements recently reported that Brief Battles, a fast-paced, underwear-fueled platform fighter from Juicy Cupcake that’s easy to approach and rewarding to master, will wage underwearfare on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 7, 2019. Brief Battles challenges friends and foes alike to see whose britches are biggest in four-player butt-em-ups with […]
The Escapist’s Angelo M. D’argenio reviews Screencheat from developer Samurai Punk, describing it as an “undeniably fun, party/shooter hybrid which brings back fond memories of the good old days of split-screen.” Screencheat is a four-player first-person shooter where everyone is invisible, forcing players to look at the visual cues on their opponents’ screens to track […]
GameSpot’s Eddie Makuch announces the release date of Screencheat by Melbourne based indie studio, Samurai Punk. Screencheat is a split-screen first person shooter where everyone is invisible, forcing players to watch the screens of other players to win.