Speed Brawl Reveals High-Octane Fisticuff Brawling in First Gameplay Trailer
This victorian-era, dystopian retro fighting game packs a punch.
San Francisco (July 19th, 2018) - Kongregate, a leading publisher of mobile, console, PC, and web games, reveals the first gameplay trailer for Speed Brawl, a not so classic beat ‘em up that cranks the speed up to 11. Developed by Double Stallion Games, Speed Brawl is a 2D combat-racer with management and platforming elements. It’s about moving fast and hitting hard, maintaining momentum, and judiciously managing stamina to unleash powerful special moves!
Razor sharp visuals and beautifully animated characters.
Over 50 unique action-packed championships and challenges.
Build a tag-team from 6 vibrant brawlers each with unique play style and distinct personalities.
An imaginative and humorous story throughout will reveal high drama and even higher stakes for each brawler!
Suit up! - Devise your brawler’s optimal loadout. Buy, win, and sell equipment to fashion the ultimate fighters.
Invest in skill upgrades for heavier hits and flashier style.
A fluid and deep combat system. Speed Brawl’s freeform combos let you chain together ground and air combos, special moves, assists, and tag attacks for ultimate devastation.
Move on up to the big leagues! Conquer escalating hazards and devious bosses in the Threepenny, Sixpence, Florin, and Crown leagues. Each league is run by a unique and diabolical league owner with their own plans to halt your Speed Brawl career.
Gotta go fast! - The faster you are, the harder your hit. Go for gold and blast through to the finish line.
Brawl solo or brawl with a friend - Online and local co-operative play throughout!
Speed Brawl is set in a dystopic Victorian era London. After a decade of war with the Lunar invaders named the Selenites, the British Empire finally vanquished the insect-like menace; following the war, the Selenites became the new workforce of our industrial revolution, ushering in a new era of progress and prosperity. However, listlessness and disobedience rampaged throughout the middle and working classes. In order to satiate the masses, the ultimate entertainment, Speed Brawl, was created; an elite sport where only the bravest, the fastest, and the most worthy warriors could wage a petty war against the Selenite hordes. To prove your worth in this chaotic world filled with colour and calamity you’ve gotta fight, for your right... to… Speed Brawl!
Speed Brawl is releasing this September on Kartridge, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Steam. Prospective brawlers can wishlist now on the game’s Steam page. Learn more about the game and sign up for the newsletter on SpeedBrawl.com.
Kongregate is a leading cross-platform game publisher and web gaming destination. Kongregate's publishing focuses on free to play mid- and hard-core titles across mobile, PC, and consoles. Working closely with mobile game developers, Kongregate publishing provides consulting, analytics, marketing, launch support, and game features such as cross promotion, guilds, and chat. Kongregate’s mobile games have been downloaded tens of millions of times and have hundreds of millions of gameplays. Kongregate's web platform features over 100,000 free games played by tens of millions of gamers per month. Kongregate is a part of leading international digital entertainment group MTG and is based in San Francisco. The company was founded in 2006 by brother-and-sister team Jim and Emily Greer.
About Double Stallion
Double Stallion Games is an independently-owned 8-person studio in Montreal, Canada.
About Canada Media Fund
The Canada Media Fund (CMF) fosters, develops, finances and promotes the production of Canadian content and applications for all audiovisual media platforms. The CMF guides Canadian content towards a competitive global environment by fostering industry innovation, rewarding success, enabling a diversity of voice and promoting access to content through public and private sector partnerships.
Speed Brawl was developed with financial participation from the Canada Media Fund.