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Post by Eorl @ 02:50pm 07/08/14 | 5 Comments
After successfully passing the Steam Greenlight stage, Melbourne-based indie studio Powerhoof (comprised of former IronMonkey talent) has revealed today that their competitive multiplayer dungeon crawler Crawl is now available as an Early Access title.

Promising local co-op that is sure to have you yelling at your friends, Crawl allows up to three players to take control of ghostly spirits as they hunt down the fourth player who must valiantly fight their way through the maze-like dungeons as the Hero. Spirits are able to control both monsters and traps in an attempt to kill the hero, though the spirit that delivers the last blow is instantly transformed into the hero, and must begin their escape from the ghastly torments.

You can check out the snazzy early access launch trailer below to see Crawl in action, or head over to the Steam page for further details. The game is available at the reasonable price of $9.99.




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ytime
Posted 03:17pm 07/8/14
Hey that actually looks really cool. The pixel animation looks pretty good. Not metal slug quality but still!
HERMITech
Posted 05:06pm 07/8/14
My bleeding eyesixels!
cJay
Posted 07:58pm 07/8/14
Looks great! Props to Powerhoof....
Reverend Evil
Posted 11:11pm 07/8/14
The narrator sounds like Rowan Atkinson crossed with Bill Nighy.
arkter
Posted 11:24am 08/8/14
dat voice tho...
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