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KungFu Kick Ball – PAX West 2019

KungFu Kickball is the team based sports platform fighter we’ve always wanted. Developer WhaleFood Games and publisher Blowfish Studios are sending the game to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and Steam stores early 2020. Check out the trailer here:

In this game, you square off against your friends in a game that combines the action of soccer and martial arts. Release a plethora of kicks, punches, and magical abilities to take out the opposing team and get the ball downfield. Score points by overpowering or outmaneuvering your opponent and send the ball into the large bell at either end of the stadium.

 

This game features both local and online 1v1 and 2v2 multiplayer. KungFu Kickball makes use of minimalist controls to create an accessible yet competitive playing experience. Matches are fast-paced, tug-of-war style in which players switch between offensive strikes and defensive stands all in a second. Every match has its own character with six stages and three player classes. 

Blowfish Studios had a small booth at PAX West where we had the opportunity to experience this game first hand. The demo was about three minutes long and we received PAX West exclusive pins as a reward for winning the matches. Check out our gameplay here and feel free to let us know what you think of KungFu Kickball. Do you have what it takes to be a KungFu master?

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