If you’re into your 2D beat ’em ups, you might want to keep an eye on Fallen City Brawl, a new project that’s hoping to launch on Nintendo Switch next year.
The game’s being made by solo indie dev Mike Wells, who’s taken control of the design, development, pixel art, animation and gameplay. Composer Daniel Lindholm is on board (Street Fighter V, Yakuza: Dead Souls, Resident Evil 6), and the game is said to feature four playable characters, two-player local co-op and a “deep fighting system”.
It’s currently raising funds on Kickstarter to make the release a reality, with 96 backers generating more than £3,500 at the time of writing. It needs to raise a total of £14,000 to be a success and has another 23 days to do just that. If you’re interested, you can learn more and pledge your support right here.
There are some interesting rewards for those who do choose to back the project, with certain tiers allowing backers to name or design enemies and others offering a physical instruction booklet.
Do you think this one has potential? Will you be pledging your support? Let us know in the comments below.
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