Smash-Style Indie Brawler Fraymakers Reaches Its Switch Stretch Goal On Kickstarter 1

Smash-Style Indie Brawler Fraymakers Reaches Its Switch Stretch Goal On Kickstarter

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Smash-Style Indie Brawler Fraymakers Reaches Its Switch Stretch Goal On Kickstarter 2

The indie platform fighter known as Fraymakers has just reached its Nintendo Switch stretch goal on Kickstarter.

The game is being developed by McLeodGaming – the creators of Super Smash Flash 2 (the most popular Smash Bros. fangame on PC) – and features a cast of famous indie characters, detailed themed stages and a massive selection of assists from various other indie hits.

There are representatives from games such as Downwell, Rivals of Aether, Slap City, Slay the Spire, and BIT.TRIP. Some of the assists include Lea from CrossCode, the Ape from Ape Out and Captain Viridian from VVVVVV.

In addition to this, it includes a powerful external editor. However, in these early stages, it’s unclear how exactly this will work with the Switch version of the game. There is also rollback netcode.

If you show your support for the Kickstarter, you’ll be able to select from either a Switch or Steam code. The Switch version is expected to be released sometime after the Steam version is completed. The Early Access period on PC begins in March 2022 and is expected to be in this phase for up to two years.

So, what do you think? Do you like the look of this upcoming indie brawler? Comment below.