Developed by two students of the DigiPen Institute of Technology, this freeware game certainly gets top marks in the ingenuity category. The premise is simple enough; defeat as many enemies as you can to proceed to the next level. However, slight variations mark this beat-em-up out for special attention. Characters are comprised solely of simple geometric shapes; your goal being to smash up as many fellow block-heads as it takes to scramble out of the fighting ring. The action comes thick and fast and your combat skills will soon be tested as the fighting box becomes deeper and your enemies nimbler. With a clean interface, intuitive controls, and a 3D fighting environment to die for, this beat-em-up is streets ahead in the originality stakes.
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