Adam Heart details the subtle art of the Divekick - destructoid

Adam Heart details the subtle art of the Divekick

3:45 PM on 04.12.2013

Minimalist fighting at its finest


It's possible that our earlier coverage of Divekick was a little to fast-paced for you to handle, so we sent Spencer Hayes to get further into the mind of its creator, Adam "Keits" Heart. In this interview, we learn the origins behind the fighting game which reduces all combat to a single move and learn a bit more about how it plays.

Want to go even deeper on Divekick? Tune in to Sup, Holmes? this Sunday at 1pm Pacific on Dtoid TV as Jonathan Holmes invites Adam Heart to speak with him and take your questions from the live chat!




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