KungFu Kickball, the team-based sports platform fighter from publisher Blowfish Studios and developer WhaleFood Games, strikes from the shadows and launches on Steam Early Access for Windows PC and Mac on April 13th.

Dive into a winning combo of competitive gaming that mixes the intensity of martial arts with the speed of sports. Join the fray in chaotic showdowns, outmanoeuvring opponents on the field to slash a bouncing ball into a gigantic bell that clangs to signal every score.

KungFu Kickball: warriors for dominance in this sporting arena

KungFu Kickball’s Early Access launch includes five arenas to compete in and five classes to master. Take on all comers as the agile Assassin, heavy-hitting Old Master, well-rounded Monk, the unpredictable Drunken Boxer, and an unlockable special character in 1v1 and 2v2 online or local multiplayer matches. Hone each character’s skills in training mode.

Designed with an intuitive three-button control scheme for pick-up-and-play accessibility, KungFu Kickball is all about momentum, reaction, and execution. Combine jumps, attacks, and short-range teleport dashes into an athletic dance of offensive flurries and defensive stands.

KungFu Kickball blends the best elements of competitive experiences together with creative glee,” said Ben Lee, co-founder, Blowfish Studios. “We’re thrilled to introduce the world to KungFu Kickball today with its Steam Early Access launch on April 13th. Let the games begin!”

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