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Sep 22, 2022

SpiderHeck is a PVE co-op brawler about spiders with laser swords, out today for PC and consoles

From Press Release:

RIGA, LATVIA — September 22, 2022 — SpiderHeck, a non-stop co-op brawler from developer Neverjam and publisher tinyBuild, fires its web onto PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Windows PC via Steam and Epic Store as well as Xbox Game Pass today. Get stuck in SpiderHeck’s web on Steam for free from today until Monday, Sept. 26.

Swing, stab, and shoot with style as an elite spider in seven-legged combat. Wield particle blades, buzz saws, grenade launchers, railguns, and other outrageous weapons in a battle to the death in four-player PvE or PVP skirmishes featuring parkour, one hit deaths, hazards and lots of happy little accidents.

Test who’s the superior spider with friends, enemies, and/or frenemies near or far in local and online multiplayer matches overflowing with neon art, hilarious gameplay, absurd weapons, and physics madness Challenge these arachnids in duels on dynamic terrain, using skillful parkour abilities to dodge shots. Shoot webs to scale terrain and use advanced weaponry to eliminate the opposition in style.

Choose weapons carefully, as each item’s recoil could send spiders into deadly lava. Select from a range of power-ups like higher jumps, faster legs, and more to get a pedipalp up on the competition throughout many dangerous arenas featuring lava flooring.

“SpiderHeck is the culmination of many things I love about games, combining craziness of physics, intensity of one hit deaths and a very cool movement system,” said Uvis Zviedris, creator of SpiderHeck.”The game was developed with huge involvement from the community and I want to thank everyone for their continued support.”

SpiderHeck is available now for PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC via Steam for USD $14.99 / €.14.99. It will offer English, French, Italian, German, Spanish (Spain), Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese language support.

For more information, visit SpiderHeck’s official website, wishlist it on Steam, follow @tinyBuild and @neverjamdev on Twitter, and join the spidery Discord community.