This is one indie game that caught my eye on shear name alone. Why wouldn’t I want to check out a game called Broforce? Devolver Digital and Free Lives bring you this action packed, over the top platformer featuring tons of explosions and mayhem. I haven’t played on the PC much lately, but this is one game that I might just have to pick up.
You can pick up the game right now over at STEAM or Humble for $14.99.
Cape Town, South Africa The world stands united as the hyper-explosive Broforce from developer Free Lives makes a pre-emptive strike on gamers worldwide with its unilateral invasion of Steam Early Access. Freedom-loving gamers can grab that latest version of Broforce on PC and Mac for $14.99 from both Steam and Humble via broforcegame.com.
Broforce brings the shock and awe as gamers across the globe take control of an under-funded, over-powered paramilitary organization dealing exclusively in excessive force. Stroke your MURDER-BONER with up to four friends, locally and online, in non-stop, explosive run n gun action and eliminate the terrorist forces that threaten our way of life. Adapt your tactics as you select bros from a massive roster of true 80s and 90s action heroes, each with unique weapons and abilities. Set off incredible chain reactions of fire, napalm and limbs in the name of freedom. Then, as the dust settles, face off against each other in one of many competitive modes. Finally gain closure by answering important life questions that have been keeping you up at night: who would win in a flex-off between the Brominator and Brobocop?
The latest update to Broforce delivers a devastating payload of fun with new gameplay tricks like the Tactical Backflip, new white-knuckle missions, and the fearless Ripbro – the first female addition to the Broforce team. Broforce fans will be able to follow progress and receive updates each month before the games late summer launch as new missions, locations, modes, and bros are added through development.
The team is excited to join forces with our fans over the next few months of Broforce development and get feedback on how they want to see the game grow and expand, said Evan Greenwood, Director at Free Lives.