Love the graphical update! Looks much cooler, and I appreciate the fact that it now conforms to the 64x64 grid :)
2-4 players duke it out while trying not to fall to their doom. Each player has 3 lives and limited HP. Last bit standing wins!
Browser version requires Chrome. You can also download bitbout for Mac, Windows, or Linux below. Note: Linux version is untested. Please let me know how it works!
Supports PS4 DualShock 4 and Xbox One controllers!
Blue: Gamepad 1, or move with
W S A D and attack with
Pink: Gamepad 2, or move with
UP DOWN LEFT RIGHT and attack with
Green: Gamepad 3, or move with
I K J L and attack with
Purple: Gamepad 4, or move with
T G F H and attack with
Change the number of players with
Change the BGM (music) with
Start or restart the game with
Code, design and sound by Benji Kay. @okaybenji
Art and animation by Adam Bing. @Exciteless
Special thanks to
Goldfire Studios for giving its employees time to work on their own projects!
|Published||Apr 02, 2016|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux, HTML5|
|Release date||Apr 17, 2016|
|Tags||4-player, 8-Bit, chiptune, deathmatch, Local Co-Op, Local multiplayer, LOWREZJAM, Pixel Art|
|Average session||A few seconds|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Xbox controller, Gamepad (any)|
|Player count||2 - 4|
|Links||Source code, Twitter, Twitter|
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Pretty cool stuff! Kinda reminds me of SSBB :-)
If you can up the resolution but keep the 64x64 grid, would be awesome.
I'd also recommend a start screen with game title.
Great idea, pushing each other works really good :)
Thanks for the feedback! A graphics update is planned and I'm considering a start screen as well!
We've got a (work in progress) title screen and a preview of the new graphics style. Take a look and let me know what you think!
Hey, are you playing on Firefox? I've noticed that for some reason the game doesn't scale up in Firefox. If that's what you were saying about the resolution, try Chrome or download the game for your OS. (Also, if anyone knows of a fix for this, please let me know!) Thanks!