Fist Puncher follows a team of vigilantes led by Dr. Karate, world renowned neurosurgeon and black belt, as they perform unnecessary surgery on the crime lords that hold a lawless city in their brutal grip. The gameplay is true to the classic era of button mashing brawlers, as players choose from a colorful cast of characters and take to the streets to battle endless waves of thugs and ruffians. Featuring 15 playable characters, 50 levels of mayhem, over 100 collectible items, 99 trading card achievements, unlockables, easter eggs, special attacks, and RPG elements, Fist Puncher combines the glory days of multi-player beat ‘em ups with the frills and richness of modern games. Bust out the baseball bats, sledge hammers, and prison shivs, and prepare to mash pixel fists into pixel faces.
|Poll: Who is your favorite Fist Puncher?|
|Sep 7 2012, 10:06pm Anchor|
Here are some things I'd like to see added/changed in the game:
I'm sure I'll think of more things as I go along. I'm only about a week into the game, so this is more of a "first impressions", heheheh.
|Sep 9 2012, 3:58am Anchor|
Thanks for the great feedback! This is exactly the sort of thing we're looking for from those who have played the game.
1. Collision: we had a big conversation at PAX about this. Another person mentioned the same thing - the collision is to fine along the Y axis. We plan on improving this.
|Sep 17 2012, 4:08pm Anchor|
You're welcome! I'm always happy to share what I think, and I like that you guys are developers who listen. I played the game some more this weekend, and one thing I'd really like to see is tying the music together. The music in this game is one of its key features, and I really like it. What I'd like to see is having one song for the map, one for the character upgrade page, and a different song for each level. If it isn't possible to have a different song for each level, then I'd like to have music that fits the theme - e.g. beach, downtown, special theme, etc. I really like the music you picked for this game. It's all very genre-appropriate and reminds me of a combination of the video arcades and SNES/NES home gaming consoles. What I'd like to see next is a) more of it and b) tying it all together into the themes.
Specifically, I think:
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