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Spearhead Games reveals 'Project Cyber'


2:30 PM on 03.07.2014
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Spearhead Games is coming off of their first release in Tiny Brains, but they've been hard at work on other things as well. Their newest effort is the tentatively titled "Project Cyber," which is a three-on-three competitive game in a futuristic setting where each character has physics powers. Said powers include the ability to magnetize the ball or materialize a construct out of nowhere to block it.

The game is still currently in development, and Spearhead is looking specifically for community feedback to shape the game's fate. You can grab a free Steam key to access the test build now, and they're broadcasting live development on Thursdays at 7PM EST on their Twitch channel.






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