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New Arcane Kids game is a first person maximalist skater


5:00 PM on 06.02.2013



You might know the development team Arcane Kids from their Jet Grind Radio-esque indie title Zineth. If you don't, I recommend you go get acquainted with the game, as it is superb. At any rate, their next title, Perfect Stride, has been announced alongside a video of the game in action. It's pretty much first-person skateboarding on drugs.

The game is in its alpha stage and currently only available to those who backed the LA Game Space Kickstarter campaign. As far as gameplay, the website mentions inspiration from Tribes skiing, Quake jumping, and Counter-Strike surfing. Oh, and you need to check out the website for this game. It is positively Geocities.

You can also take a drag of whatever it is you're smoking while skating. So, yeah.






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