Fighters Unleashed is a classic beat em'up game offering everything people like of playing old school style, but with a new and fresh look.
Matawan, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/05/2014 -- Fighters Unleashed is born of Flynet Studios’ love for the old 2D beat 'em up (Double Dragon, Final Fight, Streets of Rage etc), and it is for this reason that they decided to revamp this style with a modern graphic style, and a mixture of gaming system the scrolling beat 'em up and the classic 1 VS 1.
What Flynet Studios set out from the very beginning, was to give a simple and intuitive gameplay, but with a wide variety of animations and combinations. They tried to optimize the controls for mobile devices (smartphones and tablets), to make the gaming experience enjoyable and continuous, but always with other platforms in mind, like PC, or even Consoles.
Fighters Unleashed is a scrolling beat 'em up, frantic and fast, in which the two protagonists of this story (Charlie and Alexia, and other secret character) they will fight against the organized crime to restore peace in their city and more important for them to recover a very important person.
The game is divided into 5 levels and 5 Boss, and each level is divided into 3 sub-levels with unique graphics. Each Boss has unique moves and attacks near and far. In this mission, the players are faced with the chaos unleashed by criminals, ninjas, soldiers, zombies, robots and gangsters.
The developers already have an early version of the game available and running. However, since the game is developed under their own engine, there is still much work to do and so many things to add and modify in order to give to all lovers of this genre a product to remember, and that's why they need funding help.
This project will only be funded if at least $10,000 is pledged by Mon, Aug 25 2014 4:44 AM +05:30.
Kickstarter Page: http://kck.st/WRWISs
About Flynet Studios
Flynet Studios is a small team working on videogames since 2010. Their main objective is to develop serious games based on those they played when they were kids in the arcade rooms, but with the modern technology and adding their own ideas, too.