Megabyte Punch is a fighting/beat ‘em up game in which you build your own fighter!
As you travel through different environments, you battle other creatures to get their parts. Parts have their own powers and bonuses, like gun arms for a shoot ability or powerful hips for a devastating pelvic thrust attack. Then, using the abilities of your customized fighter, you can compete in the tournament or battle against other players in a destructible arena.
The game takes place in an computer world where you protect the Heartcore of your village against the likes of the Valk Empire and the dreaded Khoteps in 6 different levels with each 3 stages and a boss fight!
Chunky stylish graphics.
6 unique electro-worlds with boss fights
150 parts to collect and endless combinations to customize your character.
Pumpin' Electro Soundtrack.
Compete in the tournament for rare parts.
Up to 4 player local co-op and versus mode.
Do you like Smash Brothers? Of course you do! But have you ever been playing Smash Brothers and wished you were a completely customizable robot? If so, then this is the game for you. Megabyte Punch is essentially Smash Brothers between robots with customization. It's not the most original idea but it is fantastic. For the story, you are a simple robot fighter living in a simple village till evil comes along and forces you to take action. You fight through a bunch of levels, each one containing a boss at the end, collecting parts and making money. You get a great feeling when you finally find a new kickass weapon to place on your robot, or a new ability, or an enhancement of an ability you already have. You can change up your head, torso, hip, back, left arm, right arm, left leg, and right leg, Also there are a bunch of color designs to be unlocked throughout the game that can be applied to your robot. The customization is probably this game's strongest feature. You can also complete the story mode with a friend in couch coop or compete against them in arena style matches. Some minor complaints I would have with the game would be that the robot customization system can take some time to get used to. Also, you have to physically run to each level before starting it up. Being able to just teleport from the town to the level would save some time. These are very minor complaints and do not take away from the game to any serious degree. Overall, this is a great game at a good price with only minor problems. If you are interested in a fighting/customization/robot game with couch coop then you should definitely give this a try. (copied from my Steam account, thedawesome)
And a random Indie game appears. This is one of the best Indie games I played, the music is great, A.I is fantastic, and so on. You have 3 modes: Adventure: Up to 4 players. Tournament: Solo. And the all mighty Versus: 4 players Máx. Versus and Adventure mode is perfect when you're with your friends and have nothing better to do, but it's still awesome. Tournament maybe a little bit hard in the beggining but after you get the hang of it, you'll be deleting Megacs like it was your job. I you'll still reading this just stop, scroll up and buy the game. Totally worth it.
Remember how MegaMan used to get the powers of his enemies? Well, in this game the same happens but more frequently! You can build your own fighter dude from the parts you gain during the game. There are a lot of parts so you will likely make changes to the combinations often. And there is no harm in that, the discovery of new parts is exciting. FIghting is done well, the music keeps the beat (pun intended) on and the controls are responsive. If you want a nice beat'em-up-fighting game, look no further!
I'm unsure as to what this game could be called a mixture of. A little RPG, a little platformer, a little brawler, all mixed into one delicious stew. You'll find yourself laughing as you are punched from platforms or knock an enemy out in this pixelated romp. The art style of retro-gone-bad paired with a jumpy electro soundtrack are paired perfectly together to draw you into the world of fighting and picking up parts. The character creation system is varied, and you will never run out of combinations to use as long as you play the game. Each part gives a new advantage over another, leaving the player up to pick the parts that will best work with their style. It makes for a sense of accomplishment as you look at your "finished" character, and then use them to whoop up on someone, only to get a new part that you like better, taking you back to square one. The controls respond well, which is a plus for a fighting game, and lag was not very much of a problem while playing the game. It all makes for one great experience, worthy of any fight-gamer's time. If you find yourself playing flash games on the internet, play this instead. It's worth the heavier asking price.
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