Independent developer GrappleHook Games has announced that Skorecery, the mystical arcade sportslike, will launch exclusively on PlayStation 4 on the 5th of February.
Modernising and paying homage to some of gamings most iconic genres and arcade hits, Skorecery combines retro classics like Pong and Breakout with the excitement and depth from popular platform fighters.
Players must harness Spells and precise controls to destroy their opponent’s Runes while also protecting their own. Up to 4 local sorcerers can battle for supremacy in fast-paced and engaging skirmishes.
Players must race to gain control of the Arenas ball to fire away at their opponent’s Runes. The sorcerer with the most Runes at the end of the match will be crowned as the victor.
Before facing off, magic wielders must choose from a diverse selection of Spells that can be used to alter their running speed, create barriers, and more. These offensive and defensive abilities can be used to secure the lead or save your team from near defeat.
With simple-to-learn controls and deep mechanics, Skorecery is built for players of all skill levels and a natural fit for both friendly gatherings and competitive tournaments.
Match rules are fully customisable, allowing creative players to select the layout of the Arena as well as modify the physics of the ball and players abilities. Skorecery also boasts 4 distinct Modes for those that want to get straight into the action.
- Friendly and competitive local multiplayer battles with gameplay that takes seconds to learn and countless hours to master
- Fast-paced and tense duels, team skirmishes, and free-for-all matches
- A vast variety of Spells, Modes, and Arena layouts for infinite replayability
- Game-modifying Curses that allow players to change rules of the match, physics, and abilities
- Intricately designed audio dynamics that adjust to match intensity
“While easy to pick up and play, Skorecerys tight controls and fast action quickly turn a casual experience into a competitive one, says Eric Peterson, co-founder of GrappleHook Games. But beyond that tight core, we wanted to give players the tools to experiment and push those mechanics. Spells, Modes and Curses work in combination to do just that.”
Stay tuned to GamEir as we whip up more magical wonders ahead of the release of Skorecery.