Fright Fight, a forthcoming iOS and Android game that promises to bring a Super Smash Bros. experience to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, has just launched a brand new Kickstarter campaign in a bid to secure $50,000 of funding from backers all around the world. The game will allow players to choose a character, and to fight either one-on-one, in teams, or in a “free for all” environment, in a 3-D world. With four different characters to choose from (a vampire, a werewolf, a yeti, and a reaper), iDevice users as spoilt for choice; at the same time, Fright Fight’s impressive graphics and engineering render it a joy to play.
Near-term goals for Fright Fight are to include:
- Create Bot AI, which is essential for the game launch. With this feature implemented, you’ll be able to train your skills whether you’re on a long-haul transatlantic flight or at a boring party with no sign of an Internet connection.
- Build a productive and fast game server along with leaderboards to enable greater interactivity and smarter resource utilization, unlike peer-to-peer communication, which can introduce significant lag and packet loss.
However, if enough funding is secured, an additional character, a new world, enhanced visual effects and physics, and even character “pets” could reach Fright Fight.
Backing options start at $4, which offers gamers an “exclusive wallpaper.”
For $13, though, gamers will get 13,000 in-game coins once Fright Fight launches, along with a digital art book and the aforementioned wallpaper.
For $19, you can start the game with all four characters unlocked.
Higher backing options offer iDevice users a number of different rewards.