Developer Dead Shark Triplepunch today announced Epigenesis, the award-winning online multiplayer sports/FPS ball game of the future, now includes a single player mode for any would-be cybernetic ball players looking for a match with other bots. In single player mode players can create a match with up to nine different AI opponents and practice their cybernetic ball game skills. Epigenesis is an online multiplayer arena sports game in which two sides are locked in an epic, never-ending fight for world-domination by playing ball, and is now in Early Access on Steam for $9.99: http://store.steampowered.com/
Independent studio Dead Shark Triplepunch today announced Epigenesis, now in Beta and Early Access on Steam, is now available for free trial on Steam today until Sunday, February 2:http://store.steampowered.com/app/244590. After the trial, players can purchase the game to keep in their Steam library for $2.5075% off the original price of $9.99 until Sunday. Epigenesis isan online multiplayer arena sports game in which two sides are locked in a never-ending fight for world-domination by playing ball.
Developer Dead Shark Triplepunch also announced the next Epigenesis tournament is scheduled for Friday, February 21 through Sunday, February. 23. More information about sign-ups will be available soon at:http://www.epigenesisthegame.com.
Tournament prizing includes:
Epigenesis won Make Something Unreal Live (2013) hosted by Epic Games and won Game of the Year from the. For more information about Epigenesis, please visit the website: http://www.epigenesisthegame.com.
Independent studio, Dead Shark Triplepunch announced its award-winning First-Person Arena Sports game Epigenesis is now in open for Early Access on Steam for $9.99 here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/244590/
Epigenesis is a multiplayer game for up to ten players in which two teams—armed with force-based, non-lethal weaponry and gravity boots—play a ball game over rooftops. When players score a goal, they gain access to seeds that sprout plants with special abilities that grant players buffs and help them capture the arena from their opponents. The game is set for a Q1 2014 release and is being developed for PC with Unreal Engine 3 by a ten-man strong indie team.
“Epigenesis is a love letter to Quake and Unreal Tournament’s Bombing Run. It’s a combination of the games that we miss from the time when we grew up, and we want to bring that same experience to new players but with a modern twist,” said Michael Levall, project lead for Dead Shark Triplepunch. “Whether you’re an old Quake player who misses the twitchy shooter, or if you’re someone who thinks you know the meaning of the word ‘hectic,’ Epigenesis has something for you.”