Secret Ponchos è un picchiaduro PVP ambientato in un universo Spaghetti Western. Solo colpi di abilità: precisione, portata, tempismo e decisioni rapide ti faranno sopravvivere agli scontri 3v3 e 1v1.
Valutazione degli utenti:
Recenti:
Molto negativa (13 recensioni) - 15% delle 13 recensioni degli utenti pubblicate negli ultimi 30 giorni sono positive.
Complessivamente:
Perlopiù positiva (1,283 recensioni) - 1,283 recensioni degli utenti (74%) per questo gioco sono positive.
Data di rilascio: 13 ott 2015

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Recensioni

“eSports veterans will immediately realize how high the skill ceiling of Secret Ponchos is”
GosuGamers

“My palms were sweaty after 10 minutes”
PC Gamer

“Secret Ponchos - It'll blow you away”
The Escapist

Informazioni sul gioco

Hai il Fegato di sopravvivere a un nuovo stile di combattimento PVP in cui devi usare tutte le tue capacità ad ogni colpo?
Secret Ponchos è un picchiaduro PVP bello ma mortalmente competitivo, ambientato in un elegante universo in stile Spaghetti Western. Il gameplay isometrico è a squadre ed è diverso da qualunque altro picchiaduro o MOBA tu abbia mai giocato. Gli scontri sono veloci, precisi e spietati e ne risulta un ambiente competitivo in cui le abilità sono importanti per vincere. Niente attacco automatico o aiuto di alcun tipo: usa tutte le tue capacità ad ogni colpo! Quest'anno, in occasione dell'EVO 2015, è stata presentata "The Most Wanted Edition" di Secret Ponchos, che è stata accolta con grande interesse dalla comunità competitiva.

"The Most Wanted Edition" porta una versione fortemente ampliata di Secret Ponchos su Steam. Gli sviluppatori della Switchblade Monkeys, lo studio indipendente dietro a Secret Ponchos (noi!), hanno lavorato a stretto contatto con la comunità dei giochi con accesso anticipato per aggiungere nuovi contenuti e funzionalità e adesso sono orgogliosi di lanciare al pubblico la prima versione ufficiale.

USA TUTTE LE TUE CAPACITÀ AD OGNI COLPO! Pensi di cavartela con il PVP? I colpi di abilità richiedono che sia proprio tu, con la tua precisione, il tuo senso della misura e il tuo tempismo, a sparare ogni colpo. Non ci sono funzionalità di attacco automatico o di aggancio degli obiettivi ad aiutarti. Secret Ponchos è un gioco in cui puoi contare solo sulle tue capacità, i tuoi riflessi, il tuo tempismo e la tua precisione. Secret Ponchos non è stato concepito come un MOBA, ma come un picchiaduro che supporta combattimenti veloci a squadre.

Il gioco di squadra calza alla perfezione a un picchiaduro. Forma una banda alla Spaghetti Western con diverse classi di Fuorilegge e imbocca la strada per abbattere i tuoi avversari in una sparatoria all'ultimo sangue.

Profondità del combattimento: tutto ha un costo. Mentre all'inizio i nuovi giocatori si limiteranno a correre e sperare, la profondità degli scontri offrirà spazio di manovra a un Fuorilegge esperto. A disposizione c'è una grande varietà di attacchi, ma ogni scelta e ogni azione hanno un costo. Una schivata può farti arrivare in posizione più in fretta, ma costa quell'energia di cui potresti aver bisogno per scappare. Ogni proiettile ha un peso, visto che la ricarica è manuale. Un attacco pesante ti espone a possibili contrattacchi, se manchi il bersaglio. Per sopravvivere devi riuscire a pensare in condizioni di stress.
Caratteristiche principali

10 Fuorilegge unici: Ogni fuorilegge offre uno stile di gioco, armi e vantaggi unici alla tua squadra. Tutti garantiscono una grande profondità e le loro azioni, proprio come il loro aspetto, variano molto da un personaggio all'altro.

Linea visuale: Mettiti al riparo dietro agli elementi dell'ambiente che ti circonda per interrompere la linea visuale fra te e il nemico. Quando ti metti al riparo, sparisci dalla vista dei nemici, quindi hai la possibilità di pianificare un agguato o un attacco laterale oppure hai l'occasione di fermarti un attimo per riorganizzarsi. La linea di visuale e le meccaniche del mettersi al riparo rendono l'ambiente un elemento importante delle sparatorie.

Modalità di combattimento: Un picchiaduro che supporta scontri fra bande, discostandosi dal genere. Include anche i tradizionali scontri 1v1 per affrontarsi in battaglie più intime.

Bot con IA e modalità Arcade: La modalità Arcade è un semplice torneo contro un serie di avversari controllati dal computer (1v1). È un ottimo modo per abituarti al tuo Fuorilegge preferito. Aggiungi dei bot alle partite online (solo in quelle non classificate) per affinare le tue abilità.

Compatibile con gamepad e tastiera/mouse

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimi:
    • Sistema operativo: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8
    • Processore: Intel Dual-Core 2.4 GHz or AMD Dual-Core Athlon 2.5 GHz
    • Memoria: 4 GB di RAM
    • Scheda video: NVIDIA GeForce 460GTX or AMD Radeon HD 6800 1GB equilavent or higher
    • DirectX: Versione 10
    • Rete: Connessione Internet a banda larga
    • Memoria: 3 GB di spazio disponibile
    • Scheda audio: Direct X 10 sound device
    • Note aggiuntive: Controller / Gamepad Supported : Sony PS4 Dual shock, Microsoft Xbox 360® Controller for Windows®. Keyboard/Mouse is supported.
Recensioni dei giocatori
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Molto negativa (13 recensioni)
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Pubblicate di recente
Sikkael Michofield
( 0.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 26 giugno
moba with 1.2 avarage player per day
CrazyGoblin
( 2.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 giugno
So, what we're looking at here is a multiplayer deathmatch arena type game, with several different characters to pick from; each with their own unique abilities and methods of play.

...but these characters are ludicrously unbalanced, everyone handles a bit sluggishly and your aim needs to be ABSOLUTELY PERFECT if you intend to land hits with anything but the widest of shotgun blasts. I've seen bullets, knives, tomahawks and a giant flying hockey stick all go straight through the character model onscreen, but it "missed" because the shot wasn't dead center. This can be particularly unhelpful with the postures certain characters adopt when moving or standing, because "dead center" may not refer to the spot on the ground midway between their feet, as one might assume with the floor-based aiming reticles.

The art is for the most part quite stylish and pleasant, the soundtrack is very nice, and the idea overall is quite an intriguing one. Unfortunately, the execution leaves quite a lot to be desired... I'm not going to give this a negative rating because nobody is online to play it (which is a silly reason to complain and only contributes to the problem by scaring other potential players away), but because even if you could play with someone other than the laughably bizarre AI bots, you'd still have to deal with the mishmash of gameplay mechanics that just don't really go together to make a very enjoyable experience.

It's a shame, I really did want to like this one...
belzeBob
( 0.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 giugno
I bought the game yesterday, today I woke up thinking about playing, so now I'm playing. I could not find an online game, I thought ok, what else this game has to offer? I entered the arcade mode and played 3 games with MadTrapper and wanted to choose another character, the game crash. so now i dont know if i will play it again
Welp
( 2.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 16 giugno
It is an amazing game with great gameplay but the dwindling player base kills it
Кот
( 8.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 13 giugno
This game was brilliant. And then the free weekend was over-dont buy.
Legenditals
( 3.6 ore in totale )
Recensione di una copia anticipata
Pubblicata: 6 giugno
Tons of fun, intriguing and challenging gameplay, that is, if you can find people to play with. I so wish to see this succeed, but lack of playerbase makes it a challenge.
MadderRed
( 0.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 1 giugno
Great idea, very enjoyable execution, but no players. Steam chart shows that the average from January to 6/1 is about 3 players online at any time. The problem is that there are so many great multiplayer games out there now competing for what is ultimately a fairly small pool of players. Secret Ponches has just lost the interest of too many players, so it\'s not worth it.
VICI
( 1.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 28 maggio
SUPER DEAD
GENJI
( 7.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 maggio
loved it
Psthar
( 5.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 26 maggio
i believe the music plays a big roll in this game, im listening to some western music over youtube, had fun remapping my keys and beggining to play again. just saying the music....also add me i will play moments notice to see if some practice pays off.
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
2.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 giugno
It is an amazing game with great gameplay but the dwindling player base kills it
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3 persone su 5 (60%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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3.6 ore in totale
Recensione di una copia anticipata
Pubblicata: 6 giugno
Tons of fun, intriguing and challenging gameplay, that is, if you can find people to play with. I so wish to see this succeed, but lack of playerbase makes it a challenge.
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1 persone su 2 (50%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Sconsigliato
2.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 giugno
So, what we're looking at here is a multiplayer deathmatch arena type game, with several different characters to pick from; each with their own unique abilities and methods of play.

...but these characters are ludicrously unbalanced, everyone handles a bit sluggishly and your aim needs to be ABSOLUTELY PERFECT if you intend to land hits with anything but the widest of shotgun blasts. I've seen bullets, knives, tomahawks and a giant flying hockey stick all go straight through the character model onscreen, but it "missed" because the shot wasn't dead center. This can be particularly unhelpful with the postures certain characters adopt when moving or standing, because "dead center" may not refer to the spot on the ground midway between their feet, as one might assume with the floor-based aiming reticles.

The art is for the most part quite stylish and pleasant, the soundtrack is very nice, and the idea overall is quite an intriguing one. Unfortunately, the execution leaves quite a lot to be desired... I'm not going to give this a negative rating because nobody is online to play it (which is a silly reason to complain and only contributes to the problem by scaring other potential players away), but because even if you could play with someone other than the laughably bizarre AI bots, you'd still have to deal with the mishmash of gameplay mechanics that just don't really go together to make a very enjoyable experience.

It's a shame, I really did want to like this one...
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No Divertente
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1 persone su 3 (33%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Sconsigliato
1.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 15 dicembre 2015
Questo gioco meriterebbe un ni l'idea è bella ma il combat system è scomodo non va bene con il pc secondo me.
5/10
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79 persone su 87 (91%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
2 persone hanno trovato questa recensione divertente
Consigliato
38.2 ore in totale
Recensione della versione ad accesso anticipato
Pubblicata: 26 settembre 2015
Multiplayer-only games are finding themselves in a tricky situation these days now that gamers are expecting a bit more from them. Once upon a time, it was enough to offer an experience specially tailored for a group of friends, but now that multiplayer has become commonplace to the point of being tacked on to most games unnecessarily, multiplayer-only titles are needing to step up their game more than ever. Although Secret Ponchos has blazed onto the scene with hardly any introduction, it does present an interesting, if imperfect, alternative to standard online FPS deathmatches.

Where Secret Ponchos shines is in its creativity, which especially shows in the character designs. Each outlaw has their own specialty and weapons, leaving it up to you to learn their mechanics and choose which style works best for you. While Kid Red is an easy opener, with his quick-firing pistols and room-clearing sticks of dynamite, veterans of twin-stick shooters may be more welcoming to a character like the Phantom Poncho, whose sawed-off shotgun and whip create a devastating combination in both close-quarters and distant combat.

More difficult outlaws come in the form of the Matador, whose ranged weapons are slow to fire and reload, but whose melee capabilities can be devastating if she gets close enough to an enemy. Similarly, the Killer uses a revolver with a low firing rate and an extremely lethargic (yet extremely deadly) dagger that requires much more precision than other outlaws. Finally, the Deserter is a tank through and through, bowling over opponents and blowing them away with single shots.

You’re allowed to create many different outlaws, all of which upgrade separately, and the upgrade system that expands their abilities is actually pretty creative. Players are rewarded a bounty after each match, and after a certain price is reached for your head, you’ll earn a few upgrade points to sink into one of a few categories. Of course, if you perform poorly, your bounty will lessen, leaving you at a disadvantage.

The combat is similar to your typical twin-stick shooter, albeit with a few twists. Characters can disappear for a few seconds if they take cover behind some scenery, and each is saddled with a small amount of stamina used to roll away from danger that is slow to refill but absolutely necessary for a clean getaway or a successful surprise attack. Outlaws are also outfitted with two distinct weapons, both of which have multiple uses that really allow for tons of improvisation and addictive battles.

The art style employed by Secret Ponchos is absolutely bursting with personality and color, making each outlaw a unique creation despite the fact that they never speak. The maps that are available, while small, are beautifully detailed, capturing the essence of old westerns perfectly, from decrepit saloons to rundown graveyards. Even if you don’t enjoy anything the gameplay has to offer, you can still appreciate the loving homages to westerns found throughout the game.

Of course, since Secret Ponchos is still a work in progress, it comes with its fair share of issues, especially regarding the balance of the characters. Simply put, some outlaws are overpowered, especially Kid Red. He can fire the most shots in a row, most of which have the chance to stun the target, leaving enemies a pulpy mess in just seconds. Compared to the slower, more powerful characters, Kid Red completely obliterates the competition.

There’s also a noticeable lack of content, with only a handful of battle modes available as of now. You’ve got your traditional free-for-all, team deathmatch and domination modes, but with only four maps to choose from, things get stale pretty quick. The ability to play locally with split-screen is a great addition, but it does little to add to the replay value.

As enjoyably intense as Secret Poncho can be, with outlaws diving left and right, firing six-shooters and sticks of dynamite at each other in the middle of a dusty graveyard, it’s still a work in progress that suffers from its unfinished nature. Secret Ponchos is an absolute blast that should definitely make its way into your library when its completed. The upgrades that are being promised could elevate it to a whole new level. Until then, however, it’s a fun title that feels incomplete and short on content.
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41 persone su 46 (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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59.9 ore in totale
Recensione della versione ad accesso anticipato
Pubblicata: 18 giugno 2014
Found this game by sheer chance, bought it based off the awesome trailers, and have been playing for hours. This game is too good even with it being in its early phase. I highly recommend it.
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59 persone su 75 (79%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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4.1 ore in totale
Recensione della versione ad accesso anticipato
Pubblicata: 13 giugno 2014
Secret Ponchos is a top-down shooter that looks great, plays great, and has a nice multiplayer. The game has 4 characters in total in the current version of the game with only a few maps to play in, a practice mode, and 2 multiplayer modes. and I'm pretty sure they will add more as time goes on, but this early version (first public version) of the game and it feels great and my purchase is in good hands. From what i can see there will be single-player, split screen gameplay, and maybe coop. But at the moment, if you won't be satisfied with only multiplayer, i'd advise to wait a month or two, but if you don't mind it then go right ahead and get it, it doesn't seem that buggy and fun to play honestly. Plus the art style and the music are really awesome in this game that gives you a feeling of the old west in a cartoon-ish way. Also, these guys are 'good guys devs' , they have PS4 Dual Shock 4 Support for the game on PC. Massive plus.

http://youtu.be/dhri5MxDs6I

Will update when the coop mode / split-screen mode is out, and when the KB/M controls are out.

UPDATE: From what the developers are saying, the 'Coop' is team vs. team multiplayer, there is no coop where you and your friend play against AI in a horde mode or single-player. That's really bad and false advertising if that is actually the case.

The developers see 'coop' as a competitive team vs. team multiplayer as the main definition of the term 'coop' , and such, they do not have the coop that we know as player vs. AI, but they also said that they are not rulling that out, at the moment they are focusing on the multiplayer side of things until launch and may add a singleplayer to the game with a probability of adding team vs. AI.

Devs took the advice and feedback, and will hopefully remove the coop tag from the store page, and will update when it's actually removed (It's removed :) ). So when they do actually add coop, first of all that would be great, secondly then they would add the coop tag in the game's store page. Hurray for polite and constructive criticism.

More info here: KSalue
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49 persone su 59 (83%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Consigliato
126.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 13 ottobre 2015
Secret Ponchos is an extremely fun and engageing game with its own unique style of gameplay and charm.
While it may seem like a MOBA, secret ponchos is more akin to a fighting game, requiring the player to rely more on their skill, reaction time and ability to aim than something like a gear setup and just pure numbers.

The game has improved by a lot since its initial early access release with much better matchmaking, the ability for priavte matches, more characters, more maps, more music and single player options for those who cant always find someone to play with or just want to have a simple easy matchup.

The devs are very responsive to community feedback and provide frequent updates to make sure the game is both as balanced and bug-free as possible.

This game is one of a kind and is definetly worth playing.
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40 persone su 45 (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Consigliato
102.1 ore in totale
Recensione della versione ad accesso anticipato
Pubblicata: 4 settembre 2015
You Just Come Try and Shoot Me...Pardner.

And, you'll probably succeed, but, whether you drop me or I drop you, or Ghin drops all of us simultaneously, you will have a lot of fun.

Let's get down to brass tacks for a moment. Win or lose, you will have fun. That is what gaming is about, having fun. This is competitive, tense, immersive, with lovingly handcrafted visual and audio ambiance; sometimes you will be overwhelmingly outmatched and other times you will have just about the optimal balance of play. At times, you will pull off the perfect set of moves, in the perfect rhythm and feel like you just entered the Matrix--so under control and automatic, not thinking, just doing, and it's utterly satisfying--"no mind". Other times you will enter freak-out mode, pumping buttons on your controls with all the deftness and poise of a hyperactive three year old, listening to the repetitive, panicky dry firing of the empty chamber of your gun, about as able to push the "Reload" button for your weapons as you are capable of doing calculus speedily on an abacus, because you have straight lost your cool. Probably multiple times in the same game.

In all cases, it will be fun.



You start off with a quick tutorial which acquaints you with the basic gameplay controls. There is enough variety of control here that you can truly develop skillful, strategic methods of play with the character(s) that you choose to play. Evading is as essential as attacking in order to win, as is taking cover, for protection as well as stealth, and for quicker stamina regeneration and reloading of your weapons (be careful just where you take cover, though). Each character has primary and secondary weapons, which are quickly switchable, to go along with special attacks.

In Practice, you can play with or without AI active, and you may choose to play any character. This is very useful for initially learning the basics and then later the timing and rhythm of the more advanced combinations you dream up and may wish to employ, first in a stress free environment and later under fire and on the move. Also, it's a great place to warm up before you jump into multiplayer matches.

While the basic controls are simple to learn, the more time you put into playing will reward you with greater adeptness in style and skill. You'll come to appreciate how thoughtfully tuned the game mechanics are. The quality responsiveness of the core skills will allow you to play creatively. As you master a character, and find the right combinations to counter your competitor's character and style of play, you'll smile at the versatility.



When you are ready, jump into multiplayer, make a character, and join Rookie mode or Ranked mode. In Rookie mode you can play 2v2 matches against other people of any rank, with and against low level AI, or a mix of both. Games can be played in many different environments and under a variety of game winning conditions. The environments and winning conditions can be chosen or left to randomly occur.

Matches consist of timed games, where death leads to a respawn and the relative death count determines the winning team, one-off death-matches, where the last team to have a member standing wins the round, needing two to three victorious rounds to win the game, and free-for-alls, where healing, stamina regeneration, and speed-boosts are available in limited but respawning supply, leading to the possibility for games of varying length depending upon the skills of those playing.

When you finish, you are awarded or deducted value to your character in the form of a bounty in dollars. Every match, you have something on the line, which increases the enjoyable tension. As you gain a higher bounty, you will reach higher ranks in your character, and be awarded skill points to distribute amongst a number of attributes affecting how your character plays. These skill points can be redistributed before every match, allowing you to greatly alter how your character performs. If you find yourself struggling against a particular type of opponent, tweaking your skills can absolutely turn the tide.

You can gain a bounty toward progressing in the lower ranks in Rookie matches, but after you reach "Outlaw", you will need to compete in ranked matches to further bounty progress.

Don't worry if you find yourself in matches against others of higher rank. The more of an underdog you are, the more bounty you can gain just for successfully doing damage, winning a round, or winning the match, whereas you will make much lower bounties against opponents lower than yourself. You may still gain some bounty in a loss to a higher ranked character, or you may gain a huge bounty should you win.

A lower ranked character can compete with much higher ranked characters if you have learned how to play in general and explore the different methods in which you can play a particular character. The more you play, the better you will get, and the more complex your style of play will become.

I cannot stress this enough. The control methods and mechanics are well thought out and masterfully executed. Both tactics and strategy are well rewarded because of this. Skillpoints matter, but skill at play matters more.

And everything counts.

Waste your stamina? You'll regret it and learn not to.

Don't reload that millisecond you have to gain a couple of bullets back in your chamber? You'll learn when you are one bullet short in an epic, game-ending, side-winding showdown, as both of you decide you've been forced to take cover just one too many times and it's time to put a round to bed.

Think you've figured out how to beat a certain type of character every time? You'll learn better. Don't be surprised to find different individuals playing a character very skillfully in completely different styles. And the synergies between player tandems that can be exploited add even more creativity to each character skillset and game.

Finally, Secret Ponchos is both KB/M and Gamepad controllable, with advantages to each. As you might expect with a twin stick shooter, KB/M enjoys a natural advantage in aiming precision, whereas character movement and control is innately more fluid with the controller. I am ready for my Steam controller to arrive. This should be the perfect game to demonstrate its capabilities.

Be you good, bad, or ugly, grab a fistful of dollars, and buy Secret Ponchos. For a few dollars more, order a Steam controller. It should lead to a uniquely enjoyable gaming experience.
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33 persone su 36 (92%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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1.4 ore in totale
Recensione della versione ad accesso anticipato
Pubblicata: 17 agosto 2015
Spaghetti Western themed dramatic action-based multiplayer isometric quick-twitch shooter at it's finest.

If you had an inner-self that wanted to enter a saloon all Clint Eastwood style and just show everyone who is the man then this game might interest you.

This game is still in Early Access but the community behind it is a bunch of helpful trigger-happy players that just need more people to play with. The game honestly needs more exposure to flourish!

When I think of this game I think of a famous MOBA like Riot's League of Legends, it started out with a group of developers that were just hungry to work on their game, and now it is the most-played PC game worldwide! Why can't Secret Ponchos be one of those titles?
In the words of Switchblade Monkeys (the developers): "Fighting mechanics that use quick twitch reflexes, careful timing, and precision. Picture a split second dive roll behind cover, then rushing a pair of enemies guns blazing as you stun one and gun down the other. Secret Ponchos was not built as a MOBA, but as a fighting game that supports fast paced group combat. "


I rate this original upcoming masterpiece a 10/10 and it doesn't burn a whole on your wallet either!
Questions Answers
Will there be more characters (Outlaws) anytime soon? Yes.
Are there achievements to collect? Yes, and more on it's way.
Can I whip another player? Why, yes of course!
Frequently updated? Yes
Do the developers care about the community? Hell yeah they do.
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