Frozen Endzone — Switching Your Grenades For Balls

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So Mode7, those dudes behind the FANTASTIC turn-based tac­ti­cal kill house Frozen Synapse, have announced what their next project in devel­op­ment is, and it looks just as good. Frozen End­zone.

 

 

That’s right, it’s some sort of future robot cyber sports techno thing! And the game­play footage they’ve shown off so far only makes me wish I could buy it right this sec­ond! Unfor­tu­nately it’s slated for a 2014 release date, but they’re hop­ing to have a beta later this year. If you like what you see, you can vote for the game on Steam Green­light. Fea­tures they’re look­ing to include are such bullet-points as:

  • Full sin­gle player (Skir­mish and Sea­son) and mul­ti­player (var­i­ous modes)
  • Unique simultaneous-turn-based gameplay
  • Randomly-generated sit­u­a­tions and ter­rain for instant action
  • Selec­tion of teams and sta­di­ums; cus­tomi­sa­tion options
  • Expres­sive art style and high-quality animation
  • Trance and elec­tron­ica sound­track by nervous_testpilot

Here’s the announce­ment trailer they’ve cob­bled together. It looks beyond fan­tas­tic and the wait for release is going to be a painfully slow one.

 

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