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    Beat Me! a physics-based multiplayer game is coming to Xbox and Nintendo Switch this November 13th

    Red Limb Studio has announced that Beat Me!, the multiplayer party brawler will be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch this November 13th.

    “I’m glad that online and cross-platform support has been done, especially now during the pandemic.
    Because of that feature, we can meet and have fun with buddies without leaving the house.
    I’m sure that Beat Me! can bring a lot of joy to the whole families and friends at any age”
    “The game is now available on Steam, but we designed it with consoles in mind, so I’m really happy that on November 13 it will be available for Xbox and Nintendo Switch users.”

    Franciszek Batko – Red Limb Studio

    Beat Me! is a physics-based multiplayer game for up to 6 players. Play with comical fantasy characters in a wide variety of fun and surprising environments. Challenge your friends locally or beat others over the internet!

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    -Enjoy the game together, with up to 6 players in total.
    -Challenge your friends to try to beat you locally through shared-screen or over the internet.
    -Experience a special physics-based combat system.
    -Choose from many fantasy characters with unique abilities and fighting styles.
    -Enjoy over 100 highly interactive and fun levels.-Pick from a number of different game modes, including deathmatch.

    Kelvin is one of the many in our team who repeatedly ignores the advice to write his own bio. Left with no choice, his Editor had to write one for him. Kelvin is the Chinese William Shakespeare of video games, whatever he says or do is never straight to the point. You are in a furious gunfight with an enemy faction and you need more ammo, expect Kelvin to recite a poem or two first before finally realizing you are half-dead, surrounded, helpless, disappointed, the list can go on really. In his free time, he likes to play carefree games (Those games made for children above 2 years old but below 7). The Mr Philosopher of BunnyGaming.


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