NeverNaut Games’ Slash Dash is a competitive local multiplayer game for 2-4 players, and the perfect option for parties or tournaments when your friends are around. There’s 4 different game modes to pick from, although only half of them are available if you only have 2 players.
- Deathrace (2-4 players) – Each ninja has their own gradually filling meter, and the winner is the player who fills theirs up first. You can slow the speed of your opponent’s meter by attacking or stunning them, but you can expect them to have the same idea.
- Mirror Match (2-4 players) – Each player controls 5 ninja simultaneously, with the simple objective of killing your friends before they kill you.
- Capture the Flag (2v2 4-player only) – The tried and true competitive tradition.
- Assassination (2v2 4-player only) – Two teams of two attempt to assassinate the other’s Shogun in a tense game of cat-and-mouse.
No Time to Explain was the very first ID@Xbox indie to be available for pre-order, but now it’s a full release that’s ready to rock your pants off with jetpacks, time travel, and massive crabs.
It’s a 2D platformer with a pretty insane jetpack mechanic, and a local multiplayer mode to tap in to that endless replay value. There’s also a demo available for the game, so check it out and see what you think. If you decide to pick up the full release, all of your demo progress will transfer over to the full game, so it’s win/win!
No Time to Explain is available now from tinyBuild for $14.99.
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