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SpeedRunners £1.75 @ Bundle Stars (Steam/Early Access)
SpeedRunners £1.75 @ Bundle Stars (Steam/Early Access)

SpeedRunners £1.75 @ Bundle Stars (Steam/Early Access)

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In a city filled with superheroes, getting to crimes becomes a competition on its own. Fortunately there are enough rockets, bombs, grappling hooks, spikes, and other goodies lying around -- to make the competition fun and fast. Welcome to SpeedRunners.

SpeedRunners is a 4 player competitive platformer with grappling hooks, power-ups, and interactive environments. Run, jump, swing around, fire rockets, grapple onto people to knock them off screen.

Features

4 Player Competitive Platforming!
Keep up with the fastest player in-game, or fall offscreen and get eliminated!
Use weapons like missiles, mines and grappling hooks to screw over your friends, and make new enemies!
Local and online multiplayer! Can you have 2 players on a couch against 2 other players on the internet? Yes of course!
Bots enabled - play on your own with several AI opponents. Or put them into matches with other people!
A tutorial teaches you how to play
Controller compatible (and recommended!)
9 unique maps!
Unique game modifiers
A character named Unic!
Full blown level editor!

2 Comments

This early access BS is getting really out of hand. I mean has it really come to this point where the customer funds their product, then when its finished pays for more through the nose dlc?

I have an idea if I you want me to pay for your product that's not finished now and have the full product later then why not give me your unfinished product for free now and I pay you when the full version comes out?

Oh well, just my feeling about this stuff as almost every game out there is an early access nowadays. Can't help but feels customers (or fools) who are paying for this stuff beforehand are sort of putting the hatchet in their own foot as it's taking gaming industry to a space which isn't really best for the consumer.

After all, the morons who hailed digital distribution as a boon for mankind already seem to be oblivious to the fact that the entire power is in the hands of the distributor and you essentially are paying them for the "privilege" of renting their product which they can discontinue as and when they choose.

/rant

MadonnaProject

This early access BS is getting really out of hand. I mean has it really … This early access BS is getting really out of hand. I mean has it really come to this point where the customer funds their product, then when its finished pays for more through the nose dlc?I have an idea if I you want me to pay for your product that's not finished now and have the full product later then why not give me your unfinished product for free now and I pay you when the full version comes out?Oh well, just my feeling about this stuff as almost every game out there is an early access nowadays. Can't help but feels customers (or fools) who are paying for this stuff beforehand are sort of putting the hatchet in their own foot as it's taking gaming industry to a space which isn't really best for the consumer.After all, the morons who hailed digital distribution as a boon for mankind already seem to be oblivious to the fact that the entire power is in the hands of the distributor and you essentially are paying them for the "privilege" of renting their product which they can discontinue as and when they choose./rant



You act like someone has a gun to your head forcing you to buy these early access games. Don't like it don't buy it. Simple
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