A nice and fun little indie game. It also works out at £1.50 each if you go for a four pack.
Plain Sight is a multiplayer arcade game about suicidal ninja robots.
Fly through space, leap over planetoids and destroy opponents with your trusty katana.
Killing fellow robots lets you steal their tasty, tasty energy. Packed with spinach-like goodness; energy makes you bigger, stronger, faster and generally more awesome.
Being all big and badass is great, but in this game it doesn’t win you the match. It makes you a target.
To win, you have to convert your energy into points...
How do you do this? Simple. Kill yourself.
Press the button and turn your happy little robot into a vicious ball of enemy-absorbing plasma. The more opponents you take out, the better.
Upgrade your robot, respawn and get stuck in again...
13 Multiplayer maps
Battle up to 20 players
5 self-destructive gameplay modes
Ninja! Ninja! Ninja! Robozilla! - mini ninjas unite to bring the gargantuan Robozilla down to size!
Lighten Up - Detonate on a target area with as much energy as possible, the best detonation wins the points for that round.
Team Deathmatch / Weakest Clink - Play a standard Team Deathmatch or up the stakes by having a communal score bank.
Capture the Flag - Well, it looks more like a beacon... but the gameplay is the same.
Level the playing field with in-game power-ups
Spend your experience points on 30 different robot upgrades
Perfect your skills in offline practice mode
Ships with dedicated server software
OS: Windows XP
Processor: 2 ghz or better
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: Shader model 2 supported graphics card
Hard Drive: 300 MB of free space
Sound: Sound card required