‘Among Us’ gets fan-made fighting game spin-off

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kill intruder game among us There can always be a tense affair, but a fan-made fighting game is making it downright violent.

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Play, arena between us, is the creation of indie dev “Starcutter”. Unlike the official title of Innersloth, where players try to find out which of their crew mates were “sus” before the traitors sabotage their entire spacecraft, Arena Everyone is suspicious, and the objective is to defeat the Helmet of Space.

In a neat twist on the fighting game formula, each character arena between us Controls exactly the same as each other – much like the original among us, The only difference is in the color of his spacesuit.

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mechanically, arena between us A pretty traditional take on classic 2D fighters. Each fighter has a light and strong melee attack, as well as a gun and knife for armed and ranged attacks. Standing, in the air, and crouching is a mix of attack stances, and you can also ‘juggle’ your opponents after knocking them into the air.

As a fungame, arena between us Presented completely free, and it looks like Innersloth is having a good game about the whole project, tweeting “time to start training” in response to Starcutter’s announcement of the game’s release.

Starcutter also teases a “real fighting game my team and I are currently working on”, though no further details have been given yet. The developer says that footage of the mystery game will “eventually be shown”.

Whatever the game proves, the nascent developer could be off to a strong start The arena between us. Mods and fangames can prove to be a solid foundation in game development, as can the success of titles such as Garry’s Mod Shown, hitting the 20 million sales milestone after recently starting life as a Source engine mod without any purpose.

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Elsewhere, veteran director Hideki Kamiya has urged game companies to do more to preserve their works for future generations.

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