Halseo is announcing the release date of the PC version of its competitive territorial battle arena game titled Battery Jam. In it, players control one of four radical robots who duke it out for territory in a chaotic battle arena.
Players can either stun shot opposing players directly or punch boomboxes into them in an attempt to destroy them and take over the surrounding tiles. All while the robots dash around the arena avoiding the attacks at a frantic pace. In the end, the player with the most tiles under their control when the timer reaches zero claims victory!
But the fun doesn’t stop there! The robots have the ability to actually modify the battlefield as they fight by either raising or lowering the colored game tiles. This creates both barriers players can use to block incoming boomboxes and pitfalls rivals can be punched into.
There are two game modes to choose from, Classic Jam which is a free-for-all battle or Team Jam which is a battle of orange vs blue. And it doesn’t necessarily have to be a fair fight! You can 1v3 your noob friends in this game mode too. Both game modes are intense and fast, which allow players to challenge their friends to battle again and again! Play local co-op on PC or challenge yourself to some quick PVE battles.
The game keeps the excitement all the way up to 11 with an amazing soundtrack, courtesy of Fat Bard. They’ve done work on titles such as Brawlout, Crashlands, and Battle Chef Brigade. The fast-paced sounds really complement the frantic gameplay.
Battery Jam is a local multiplayer game of competitive territorial mayhem! Use the boombox to smash your opponents, capture their tiles, and dominate the arena! Choose one of four Jammers and compete to have the most tiles at the end of every match! Take on your friends or play alone in Free-for-All or Team mode across six levels, with more on the way!
- Smash your opponents into a pile of bolts with the Boombox!
- Capture tiles with each opponent you destroy!
- Dominate the arena by securing the most tiles!
- Fight your way across a constantly shifting arena as you steal and defend tiles!
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