Halseo has just announced that their competitive territory game with local multiplayer, Battery Jam will be releasing on Nintendo® Switch this November 22nd in NA with EU release following on December 4th.
Battery Jam features four boisterous and adorable robots for players to choose from as they battle it out against their opponents for territorial dominance. Taking inspiration from Bomberman and Splatoon, Battery Jam is all about keeping nimble on your feet to dodge oncoming attacks and claim the majority of the tiles in the arena to achieve victory.
With an old-school style feel, Battery Jam is sure to bring back the epic couch battles of old as players hurl explosive boomboxes and steal tiles across 8 different levels with multiple modes to shake things up. Take on your friends in deathmatch mode, control match length time, or play a match where infinite energy is available to truly amp up the mayhem.
Battery Jam lets players choose who they want to face, offering AI opponents or by taking on friends in local multiplayer. Players ready to unleash some boombox mayhem can pick up Battery Jam for Nintendo® Switch on November 22nd (NA) and December 4th (EU).
About Battery Jam
Battery Jam is a local multiplayer game of competitive territorial mayhem.
- Eight (8) levels to battle your friends on.
- Choose from multiple game modes such as Original Territorial Mayhem and Classic Deathmatch.
- Adjust a dozen settings for additional customization including, Infinite Energy, Match Length, and Fast Mode.
- Play against your friends locally, or AI opponents.
- Choose one of four Jammers to dominate the arena.
Visit the official website for more information.
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