A 2D platform fighter where the best of the baddest-ass warriors in history battle each other in an eternal tourney of champions for bragging rights, infinite mead, and the pure pleasure of delivering a beatdown. Includes online 4 player free for all, team games, custom games, and local play options.
User reviews: Very Positive (350 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 30, 2014

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What the developers have to say:

“Brawlhalla is a fast-paced, super fun, brawl and fall fighting game that we've been loving the heck out of here in the office. Now we need your help!

We're currently adding features, adding content, balancing characters, and improving gameplay. Early Access gives us a huge advantage - real-time feedback from you.

During Alpha and Closed Beta access will be limited, but once we go to Open Beta we will be a free to play game. These Founders Packs are designed for people who want to get in early and help us shape this game. They offer Early Access plus big thank-you rewards once we release. If you aren't convinced you'll have a blast in Brawlhalla just yet, why not wait and check it out when we open things up to everyone?

Get in, have fun, and brawl your heart out!”
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"A Seriously fun game, a Smash Bros’- style brawler full of full of fast, varied and chaotic battles – Super Smash Brawlhalla."
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November 25

Patch Notes: Beta v 1.1.0


  • Sir Roland has been added to the roster!
  • Tilt away!

Community Request
  • More packet bundling to cut down on lag for laggier connections.
  • You can press tab to show names during matches.
  • Added support for the Pro Ex controller.

  • Sword Air Side: Increased Force on first hit, decreased Force on second hit.
  • Sword Air Down: Increased Stun time.
  • Sword Down Heavy: Decreased Damage and Force.
  • Hammer Air Side: Decreased Force.
  • Hammer Side Heavy: Decreased Damage and Force.
  • Spear Down Heavy: Slightly decreased Damage and Force.
  • Katar Air Side: Increased Force.
  • Katar Down Heavy: Decreased minimum charge time.
  • Bouncy Bomb: Decreased Damage and Force.
  • Mine: Decreased Force.
  • Bodvar Dragon's Doom: Increased minimum charge time, decreased Force.
  • Hattori Deadly Distraction: Increased Damage.
  • Sentinel Arc of Justice: Increased Force.
  • Sentinel System Overload: Increased Force.

  • Updated Brawlhaven level art.
  • Updated Twilight Grove level art.
  • General animation refinement.
  • Improved line work on several character Skins.

  • Keyboard layout B now has default bindings for taunts, show names, and options.
  • Updated Controls screen to better illustrate the various control schemes for the game.
  • Keybinding window has been moved into the Controls screen.
  • Restoring keybindings to their default settings now has a confirmation prompt before erasing current settings.
  • Taunts have been added to keybinds window.
  • You can now access the Controls and Exit Game buttons with the controller in the main menu screen.
  • The pause window will now take you to the Controls page instead of the keybindings window.

  • Fixed some server memory leaks.
  • Server stability improvements.

Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a client disconnect bug.
  • Fixed a handful of client crash bugs.
  • Fixed bug where the "throw" keybinds were not being saved properly.
  • Fixed placed mine rotation hitbox issue.
  • Fixed Logitech F-series controller support (up and down on left stick were inverted).

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November 20

Closed Beta Week One

Closed Beta is hoppin'! Sign up --> www.brawlhalla.com

We've had a fantastic first week of Closed Beta. All the interest, excitement, and feedback has got us really chompin' at the bit here at the office. We're working hard on turning around fixes and getting the next few features ready.

A giant part of the success we're getting comes directly from you, our awesome Early Access players. We're getting a ton of great word of mouth and things are picking up community wise. Huge thank you for spreading the word!

We're up to Beta v 1.0.5, thanks for the catches everyone:
Tyveris made a great post explaining how our networking works and what our plan is:

Lots and lots of raucous games of Brawlhalla got played giving us a pile of data to sift through both in terms of gameplay and hardware performance. Keep it up!

We love what we're seeing, and are having a blast with so many people playing the game. More news coming soon.

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“Little gems like Brawlhalla make PAX special... the controls (we played on an Xbox 360 controller) are great, the art style is awesome, and the characters range from a cowboy to a viking.”
Game Zone

“it is a ton of fun to play...Keep an eye on this one, I have a feeling it’s gonna be big.”
Gamers Bliss

Founders Program

Interested in joining Closed Beta? Sign up --> www.brawlhalla.com

Want instant access? The halls of Brawlhalla are always open to Founders! We have three Packs to choose from with increasingly cool Founders rewards.

Each option gives you instant Beta access so you can start playing right now. They also include in-game currency and exclusive in-game items that you will automatically receive when we begin Open Beta.

Higher-tier packages include Beta Invites for your friends, so you can all start playing and kicking butt right now!

What Do You Get With Early Access?

Here's what you can expect if you get involved with Early Access today (this list will change as the game evolves, we will be adding and removing content and features for testing):

  • Immediate access to this fun as hell game!
  • Online, custom, and local play modes.
  • Four 4 person free-for-all maps.
  • A 1v1 versus map.
  • 11 characters to chose from
  • Special powers and stats for each character
  • Bugs. Lag. Missing features. Abrupt changes and nerfs (probably to your favorite powers).
  • A constant stream of new features and characters to make the game better and better.
  • Excited Devs active on the forums eagerly listening to what you think!
  • Our eternal thanks (you're our favorite).

Founders Pack

Instant Beta Access!
Founders Nameplate | Exclusive Steampunk VALKRI | 315 Mammoth Coins ($15 worth)

*Founders Nameplate not pictured.

Founders and Friends Pack

Instant Beta Access! | 3 Alpha Invite Codes!
Founders Nameplate | Exclusive Steampunk VALKRI | 860 Mammoth Coins ($40 worth)

*Founders Nameplate not pictured.

Collectors Edition

Instant Beta Access! | 3 Alpha Invite Codes!
Collectors Nameplate | Collectors "Asgardian Elite" Weapon Skins | Collectors "Champion of the Brawl" Bodvar Skin | Collectors "Flames of Ragnarok" KO special effect | Founders Nameplate | Steampunk VALKRI | 3400 Mammoth Coins ($150 worth)

*Collectors "Asgardian Elite" Weapon Skins usable by all characters.
*Collectors Nameplate, Founders Nameplate, and Collectors "Flames of Ragnarok" KO special effect not pictured.


Here's a quick look at where we're headed with the game right now.

Just Added

  • Major Gameplay Improvements
  • Two New Characters
  • Stats Overhaul
  • Lag Improvements

Real Soon
  • More Characters
  • More Maps
  • Ongoing Gameplay Improvements

Slightly Less Soon
  • Large Team Mode
  • Weapon Skins
  • More Maps
  • More Characters
  • Ongoing Gameplay Improvements

  • Advancement System
  • Free Character Rotation
  • Novelty Items
  • Even More Maps
  • Even More Characters
  • Ongoing Gameplay Improvements
  • Open Beta

But all of this will change based on what you tell us!

About This Game

Brawlhalla: An eternal battle arena where the greatest warriors in history brawl to prove who's the best that ever was, is, or will be. Competitors from all eras slug it out in devious and challenging arenas. Every match is an epic test of skill, speed, and strength, and every victory brings added glory and bragging rights to the winners.

Clockwork VALKRIs salt these slugfests with powerful weapons and gadgets. Fighters scramble to grab swords, hammers, blasters, rocket lances and more! Every weapon changes your play style and your options. Gadgets like mines, bombs, and spiked spheres add even more danger into the mix, letting fighters change the course of battle with a well timed-throw or carefully laid trap.

Brawlhalla is a free to play, 2D platform fighting game featuring both online and local modes. When the final version launches it will include:
  • Online Team Brawl - The most popular format, two teams of up to four warriors face off in a frenetic, no holds barred brawl.
  • 4 Player Online Free for All - Ranked or casual matches where four fighters enter, but only one can win.
  • Local Free for All - Up to 4 players can play in free for all mode on one computer - perfect for friendly face-offs.
  • Local Custom Teams - Team-up on your local machine, by adding up to 4 bots into the mix for living-room level mayhem.

Brawlhalla Early Access is available now!

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 75 MB available space
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 75 MB available space
    • OS: 10.7
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Please note it does not currently work on 10.6.8, but we are working to resolve that and will update this page as soon as we have it fixed.
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
13 of 14 people (93%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 23
Early Access Review
This is the closest you'll get to Super Smash Bros on Steam and It's awesome!!
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19 of 26 people (73%) found this review helpful
96.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 12
Early Access Review
I.LOVE.THIS.GAME. In brawlhalla every match really is an epic test of skill, speed, and strength.The game is quick and fun and can be very competetive.There are a few characters at the moment but in future updates i expect there will be more coming.There a few bugs at the moment but the dev's will hopefully sort them all out as they have been doing.
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 22
Early Access Review
Brawlhalla is a 2D brawler made by Blue Mammoth Games and published by Xaviant Games for Windows and Mac.

--Review is updated with new content and changes--

First of all i don't know why but the menu is not in 16:9 while the rest of the game is, which seems weird because the game is PC only so far. At the moment i find the settings for both graphics and audio below minimal. Things like resolution settings and audio sliders are missing. Fullscreen or window is there but you need resolution options for it to really help. In a fighting game i really want to change the difficulty of the NPC's as i improve in the game but that option is also missing. The menu is easy to navigate with greyed out buttons for not yet available content.

There is full controller support for a fighting game i would love to be able to rebind it but can't. Keyboard and mouse support which is rebindable. Everything feels responsive though fighters feel better with controller. Icons for buttons change ingame depending on what device you use.

Arcade mode is in the form of tournaments against NPC's though with the missing difficulty option it's more of a tutorial mode. The real tutorial mode is also there and you get a 1v1 unlimited battle. The gameplay is satisfying and animations do not disappoint. I feel that the wide and expanding character roster uses mostly similar moves except for the super moves depending on the weapon. Items drop in the battle in the form of spike balls, bombs, explosive diggy bombs? and swords. When grabbing a sword you randomly get one of your characters weapons like dual pistols, spears, katana's or claws. There is a powered lance with which depending on the character you can perform moves like shooting out a steam blast or do a big dash forward. Overall i would like to see more item and weapon variety since the character roster doesn't lack. Characters all look unique and there is a good gender balance.

This is where the game shines! Brawlhalla has a very functional matchmaking online multiplayer mode and something that PC games lack so greatly, local co-op. When entering online matchmaking you go into a pre-fight to practise while players are being matched. I was able to get into a match literally 1 second after getting out of the loading screen. It is not possible to see what country a player is from though you do see their names. Lag was very minimal to non existant, however you can't see the latency you or others are having. Steam says there is cross-platform multiplayer but i am not aware of releases other than PC and Mac.

No steam achievements available yet.

None known yet.

Brawlhalla is a satisfying brawler with lots of unique characters and weapons. The game shines in it's very functional multiplayer. I read somewhere that it would be F2P which would be awesome if not let's wait on that price.
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 20
Early Access Review
awesome game , much fun and i love it <3

nice characters and skills and colors , music..so fun matches

i see a future for this game , i believe its worth a try so try it !
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9 of 11 people (82%) found this review helpful
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
Early Access Review
Fun. Lots of fun. REALLY FUN. I went into Brawlhalla loving the art style but doubting I'd get much enjoyment out of it, since I'm terrible at fighting games, and it seems to be most compared to Super Smash Bros., whichI've never really gotten into. WRONG. The four hours I have played? Those are pretty much all in a row, I can't put this game down.

Gameplay is hectic, action-packed, and exciting- but not so fast that you completely lose track of what's going on in the madness. It's still paced so that you can use some strategy and anticipation to line up some awesome kills.

The game, when launched, will be completely free. The only thing that is in the cash shop is 100% cosmetic items with no impact on your strength in-game. Character skins, taunt animations, etc. The developers are incredibly friendly, intelligent, and receptive. Probably the most communicative devs I've ever had the pleasure of testing for (and I've done a *lot* of betas).

I can't recommend this game enough- buy a founders pack to get in immediately or head to their website to sign up to possibly be selected for a closed beta key. I don't think you'll regret it.

Here's some gameplay of a great come-from-behind-and-win-in-sudden-death victory, ignore the text in the middle of the screen- just so you get an idea of the gameplay. (Any lag in the video is not from the game, it's from the recording)

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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 23
Early Access Review
An updated version of Super Smash Bros., I actually hate Super Smash Bros. (DONT HATE ME FOR IT!), but for some odd reason I like this game, maybe its since it has a setup I am used to, or the gameplay is slightly different, but I can play this game versus SSB,
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 14
Early Access Review
Brawlhalla is a 2D brawler game, emulating the stlye of Super Smash Bros but adds it's own little spin and feel to the genre like, having a weapon system that modifies your characters attacks. Each character being able to wield one of two weapons that randomly drop in the map, but at the cost of not being able to grab anything else like mines, spiked balls and other items. The characters have their own stats and are pretty much the same moveset wise, unless when they have their weapons equipped then the get a unique neutral smash attack.

Now in beta, with added characters and music tracks, the game itself is more enjoyable. Smoother animations, more weapons, diversity in the cast, the weapons and the soundtrack and now a "market" ala LoL (League of Legends) with minor things, like skins and taunts, but not essencial. With no hint of Pay2Win in the horizon the future is a bright one for Brawlhalla.

Though not everything is positive, the Arcade mode is basically tournament mode but with bots and no difficulty choice, the online mode is a bit scarce ( I have yet to fight online, no idea if it's due to my timezone or if nobody plays the online ), and making everyone have the same moveset, except when they have weapons which ONLY grants them one move that distinguishes them from the rest, is a bit lack luster but does make skill a much bigger factor in winning a match and not if a character is top tier or not.

In conclusion, Brawlhalla is a very good F2P 2D Brawler that has the potencial to become a great game, it's colourful cast and maps are great and wonderfull soundtrack make it pop out in the mixt of brawlers who want to be like Smash Bros and add nothing new to the genre. I'd recommend anyone who likes 2D Brawlers to give this game a whirl, by buying the founders pack, and keep their eyes open for the updates that the dev team is pushing out.

*For the Devs*
Keep it up guys! Make this game one of the best on Steam!
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9 of 12 people (75%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 25
Early Access Review
So far, you can really sum it up with "Smash-Awesomenauts-Brawl".

It's a very fun button smashing platform fighter with simple controls and cool characters. And it sounds like lots more will be added in the future.

Play it if you like pressing buttons. ;)

A note to those not in the U.S.- They currently only have beta servers in Atlanta, GA, United States.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 23
Early Access Review

Ok, so I tuned up to MMOBomb like I usually do and watched Magicman covering this game with some "First-Look" gameplay.
During the entire video all I had in mind was "I WANT TO PLAY THIS GAME!!!".
Then Magicman said somehting like "So if you guys want to check this game up it's now on Steam's Early Access Game program and will be open for all during Open Beta".
Quick Google search gave me 2 last keys in some giveaway (for me and a friend) and I hopped into the game.

Now for the actual game review:
*I've only played for a little over an hour*
I can't stress how polished the game is for one in the Early Access Game program. It is in a very good state and to me, it means they know what they're doing.

P2W? (Spoiler: No! ;))
Ok, so a quick look at the cash shop shows cosmetic items only, "skins", basically DOTA 2, CS:GO, LoL, SMITE, etc style of cash shop.
This was very important for me since it's a brawler game which requires skill (or just button smashing ;)) and not overpowered items.

I'm not too sure about this one, but there's one heavy attack that seem to be a little bit overpowered to me, maybe it's just me, obviously I don't know the numbers and math but hopefully if that's the case it'll be balanced. Other than that one heavy attack, everything seem to be fine so far (with a little over an hour of gameplay).

Matchmaking and connectivity:
I've had a little bit of lag (one person in the room kept rubberbanding) but that is probably because at the time I was playing there were about 11 more people in the game (at least according to Steam).
So I suppose the matchmaking system was "forced" to match people together even if they lived in different continents. All other matches except for this one were pretty solid.
I'm not entirely sure if there's a ranked matchmaking system in place right now but I'm almost certain ranked matchmaking system (hidden or not) will be a feature in the future for the more competitive people. And I'd actually like that. But right now there's none, as far as I can tell.
If you want to play with friends (online), you can still do so with the "Custom Online", at the time of writing this review I've had no one to test it with and even if I had someone, friend list in the game is currently disabled. But it's safe to assume that you just invite people to your own created room and you just play.
You can also play in a local match and it's just like in your old console, each device (controller/keyboard) is one player, and you can actually play with a controller (P1) and a keyboard (P2), this is really cool and very helpful for people with only one controller who still want to play locally with a friend or sibiling. I really liked this feature :)

Characters and visuals:
There are currently 11 characters, all very unique in style.
The artstyle of the game is very pretty in my opinion but it's very cartoonish, I assume it might be a turn off for a few people but I personally just LOVE IT.

Music and sound effects:
Background music:
I like the background music, nothing much to say about this one, I just hope they'll release more tracks as more maps will be released in the future.
Sound effects:
Sound effects are awesome. I wish (and here's a suggestion to the developers) that, well, I'll put it this way. I saw all the different cosmetic things, even the cloud of dust when you knock people out can be customized (not yet though because you can't purchase any custom ones yet), so what I wish to see is customizable sound effects for attacks and such. I'd buy these FOR SURE.

Map layouts are pretty much your typical brawler-type-of-game-map-layout, nothing you can do wrong with this one so it's all good.
There are currently only 4 maps in the game which kind of disappointed me a little bit but at the same time kind of understandable. I'm not looking for anything over 10 so 4 maps during beta is a good thing I guess. Gives them something to release post-launch in different updates.

Controller vs. Keyboard, movement and attacks:
I'll be honest here, I didn't even try to play this game with a keyboard and I don't think I ever will.
This kind of games is MEANT to be played with a controller. I rarely play with a controller but I have one for this reason exactly - games like this.
Controls are smooth and movement and attacks are fluid. Only one thing I didn't like, I think the gravity needs to be increased just a little bit (really just a tiny bit), sometimes I felt too "floaty" :P

There's a currently-disabled feature called "Missions", I have no idea what that is but I'm really looking forward to see what it is so I thought I'd add it to the review for when it'll be added (so I'll update the review when it'll be enabled).

Overall, I'd suggest everyone to at least try this game. I'm not even that much into brawlers but I will definitely hop onto this game every now and then to kill some time and have fun.
Going to have a lot of fun with friends in the next weekend playing this game hehe :)
I just hope they keep the cash shop cosmetic and other than that can't wait for the game to go into Open Beta and Release. I will most likely update this review when that happens :)
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 24
Early Access Review
Great 2D Brawl game.Just Like Super Smash Bros and Hero Fighter lel.Game is Great and awesome combat.The default controls made a mess.Getting defeated again and again.I had to change the controls and play it.Great Mechanics and stuff.But one thing the dev shouldn't have add the point reduction while falling -_- 7/10Play this game unless u don't wanna get angry and destroy ur computer -_-

Pros ~
Great 2D GFX
Good Combat
Lots of Fun in MP
Great Characters
And it's 70MB lel

Cons ~
Keeps falling
Bad Controls
Point Reduction
And In-Game coins -_-
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 24
Early Access Review
Who doesn't like Smash Bros.?
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 14
Early Access Review
Do you like Smash Bros? Because it's Smash Bros.

Honestly, nothing really "pops" about this game. The 2D asthetics means things get lost in the cluster. But the biggest problem is probably the lack of animation frames.

I know it's hand drawn, but everything feels jerky. There's so much jerkiness with every hitbox because there's so few frames of animation. In Smash Brothers, there are techniques that stand out because they abuse the way the game normally flows. Making a character spin around without any animation and glide forward stands out and makes the crowd cheer. In Brawlhalla, that's basically the norm for any form of movement.

Most hand-drawn games look beautiful, so this is a big stumbling block right out of the gate. If this game has any competitive techniques, I am sure they all relate to abusing the weird momentum and lack of frames on so many attacks. That's just going to create a huge skill parity between all players and won't be casual at all.

I'm recommending it just because it's fun with friends. I'm sure the online will be an unfun, uber-glitchy hell.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
17.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 19
Early Access Review
Sign up for beta at brawlhalla.com ~~ its worth it

Amazing game. Plays a lot like Smash Bros but the combat is certainly different. Awesome art style :)
There are currently 6 types of weapons. Sword, spear, lance, guns, hammer, and katars. Each different weapon has a different playstyle and each character has two weapon specalizations. Katar/guns are quite fast , hammer and lance are quite slow, sword and spear are pretty quick but more or less in the middle.
Still needs some time to smooth out some imbalances and reduce server lag.
Developer seems pretty devoted to it thus far!

TL;DR: Recommend. Weapons. Punching. Throwing. Explosions. PvP. Developer has a pulse.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 24
Early Access Review
Really fun and great game, if you like 4 v 4 brawls you'll love this game.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
Early Access Review
Do you remember being a kid and discovering "super smash brothers" for gamecube ?
The excitement you felt using you're favorite characters to jump around the map and kick your opponent into the horizont ? Brawlhalla feels a bit the same, its bright and cartoony colors create's a fresh and cool feeling for the whole game. The characters are well made, its generic arcade music feels very familiar and its dynamic gameplay will have you playing for hours, alone or with your friends.

+ Great colors that make for a great gameplay experience
+ Cool looking heroes
+ Online shop features skins and taunts

- Only a handfull of heroes unlocked in the beta
- No story yet.

If you get a chance to get this game try it !!!
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 17
Early Access Review
My goodness, never been so happy to beat random people up on a game before on my entire Steam life, i had to stop for a minute to catch my breath, this is some serious Super Smash like game, and i love SMB.
Thank you for inviting me Blue Mammoth Games, never had this much fun fighting random people and beat them all to thy Brawlhalla.
The games looks great for a Closed Beta and let me tell you people, it works on ANY machine, think on the smallest PC you ever saw on your life, thats my PC and it works amazingly fine.
Every character is so unique, each with their own weapons, status and moves.
Most games have double jump, but double jump is for babies, triple jump and wall rush ftw.
Definitely on my top 10 favorites of all times, because meeting people in-game as never been this fun as they all are very nice and friendly.
Somehow i became addicted to the color yellow on this game, pretty neat.
Thank you again for the chance, will surely treasure this one.
I´ll give it a 9/10.
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6 of 9 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 14
Early Access Review
Great game! It's like smash bros on pc
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6 of 9 people (67%) found this review helpful
72.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 17
Early Access Review
This game is sooo dope ! addictive... *_*
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 20
Early Access Review
One of the most fun games I have ever bumped into on Steam. I think the developer was aiming for the concept of Super Smash Brothers, and it just so happens SSB is my 2nd all-time favorite game which went to Nintendo 64. This is a game you CAN NOT miss.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 22
Early Access Review
THis game is so fun ive only played about 2 hours so far but i love. I highly recomend this tell ur friends tell ur mom tell ur grandma and tell ur dog to play this game!!!!!!!!!! Go sighn up now It has a really fluent fighting system and has really nice graphics for a platformer. overall it is super fun :D I luv it U will to trust me
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