A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
This is just an early alpha version of the game. Finished game will be available later...
The year is 2066 and this years battle of the bands has finally arrived. It's time for you to prove yourself to you and your peers by partaking in combat. Spherakill is a local-multiplayer arena based first person shooter/brawler.The thing is you aren't actually making contact with each other through normal means, but through a sphere shaped barrier which you must roll into your opponents to send them flying out of bounds.
The goal is simple, knock your opponents off the stage and rack up as many knockouts as you can before the timer stops. Think you have what it takes to take home the battle of the bands championship belt?! We'll see soon enough. The weapons help support you but nobody actually dies, despite what the name actually implies. Maybe they used to, long ago.
Up to 4 player local-multiplayer action
vivid arenas packed with imagination
Large colorful cast of playable characters
Multiple game modes (to be revealed at a later date)
Intense fast paced punk soundtrack
Non violent (technically) fun for all ages!
Spherakill's musical emphasis is very much in the realm of high energy punk. We plan on getting a large diversified list of bands to help bring the game and its various battlefields to life. Our team has eyes on several bands for the future. This section will be updated over the course of development.
Allen-Michael Brower - Programmer
Josh Grilli - Artist/ Animator
Garrett Hunter - VO
Chris Kincaid - Sound FX
Carson Mauthe - Music
Ability profiles coming soon.
Weapon profiles coming soon.
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Release date||Jul 23, 2016|
|Tags||arena, ball, brawler, Colorful, FPS, Local multiplayer, Multiplayer, spacetronaut, sphere|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Inputs||Xbox controller, Gamepad (any)|
|Player count||1 - 4|
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- New demo out next week + Twitter updatesJun 30, 2017
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Definitely a fun game. I've played pre-alpha demo of this game, and it's definitely worth getting. It does need keyboard support and an online multiplayer. With those in place, this could quickly make a top of the list on Steam.
This is a great work in progress and I'm eager to see it progress into a full-fledged game.
Thank you so much! We will be dropping a large update in the coming weeks so make sure to stay tuned! Thanks again for playing!
can you also make keyboard support