Beat Me! is a physics-based multiplayer party game with comical fantasy characters and surprising environments.

Fight it out against your friends playing locally and via the internet or find random enemies around the world!

Key Features:


  • 2 to 6 PLAYERS in either Local or Online Multiplayer.
  • Many fantasy characters with original skills and fighting styles.
  • Physics-Based Combat System.
  • 100+ Highly Interactive Levels.
  • Many Game Modes to choose from.
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Beat Me! has been released!

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Beat Me! is now available for PC. Get your family or friends and fight!
Our new game, unpredictable physic-based party brawler is out now. For now only for PC, soon for Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

In Beat Me! action takes place in Puppetionia - the kingdom of puppets. The puppets' king organizes a tournament in which you and your friends participate.
The basic game mode is a deathmatch, you can choose also between wave mode or team deathmatch.
The game can be played locally or via network
Choose your character, become a puppet master and win the championship :)

Check out our Steam page, you can talk with players on our stream chat. Store.steampowered.com

Adding new playable character - Geisha

Adding new playable character - Geisha

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We make up for deficiencies in female heroes. Description our new character - Geisha.

Reaching end of development - Beat Me!

Reaching end of development - Beat Me!

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A little bit about gathering players, community management, level design and balancing game.

Road to beta

Road to beta

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In this article i would like to present the path we have traveled making Beat Me! From first playable builds to closed beta which we are running now.

Beta patch 1.1 released

Beta patch 1.1 released

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Description of beta patch 1.1 created with colaboration with community.

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