Build and brawl in this fast and frantic mash-up! Race your opponents to build the most powerful towers in Slam Bolt City while defending against deceptively adorable baddies and hugely epic bosses. Create weapons that shoot lasers, drills, missiles, and more to annihilate your adversary.
Release Date: Mar 14, 2013
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"Slam Bolt Scrappers is packed to the brim with risks. And it's also full of rewards."
Game Revoltuion - B+
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About the GameBuild and brawl in this fast and frantic mash-up! Race your opponents to build the most powerful towers in Slam Bolt City while defending against deceptively adorable baddies and hugely epic bosses. Create weapons that shoot lasers, drills, missiles, and more to annihilate your adversary. Battle in four-player co-op campaign mode, or go head-to-head for more brawling and block-building awesomeness. This version includes 5 new levels as well as two new very cool unlockable characters (Bullseye from Monday Night Combat and Steve from Minecraft!)
Slam Bolt Scrappers Features
- Up to 4-player local co-op and competitive modes
- 7 different level types with unique environments that hugely change how you play!
- Unlockable characters and outfits
- Full Big Picture support for awesome big screen action.
- Single player campaign complete with boss levels!
- OS:Windows XP SP2
- OS:Windows 7
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Disclaimer: I was the developer of the Windows/Steam version of Slam Bolt Scrappers, so obviously I am biased. Having said that, when I first signed on for working on the game, I initially wasn't all that attracted to the gameplay, since mashup brawlers were not my thing, but I did love the visuals a lot. It seemed like a good fit for Steam, so despite me not liking the gameplay, I took on the project. However, I was very quickly won over with the gameplay, and now I love the game. It has just the right balance of "omg, should I continue beating up the opponent right now, or should I go after more blocks and building more towers/weapons??". It's frenetic and addicting and especially so when playing against your friends. And I still really love the visuals.