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Beast Boxing Turbo
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Komentarzy: 244
Z for Ziv 16 lipca 2014 o 6:56 
cool game
Marky_Mark 7 stycznia 2014 o 20:03 
I think that a Character Selection and a 3 minute timed round perk and maybe a Team fight would be a good inclusion to this game.
Marky_Mark 7 stycznia 2014 o 19:59 
I recommend this game. For $5.00 it's good value and alot of fun.
CrackMasterK 21 listopada 2013 o 7:41 
Hey just wanted you guys to know I started a gaming social network just for gamers and game developers. I would love it if Beast Boxing joined and made their own group on there. Also I will soon be creating a fan page section!

http://www.cimmarian.com
Steel Zombie 10 listopada 2013 o 21:11 
Steam version, Fight the heavy weapons guy as an additional monster
Nate McCloud 7 listopada 2013 o 19:44 
Give the option to play as a guy, and maybe...
InsertCookiesHere 30 października 2013 o 11:45 
Lost923 - Yes, it is.
dancemasterglenn 30 października 2013 o 9:44 
Hope we'll see a linux port for this. Congrats on the Greenlight!
Lost923 30 października 2013 o 9:11 
I'm sorry if it's been said before, but is it compatible with a controller?
Makoto Naegi 30 października 2013 o 2:42 
It's been a long road, but you made it! Congrats!
Throgan 29 października 2013 o 23:57 
Got it on Desura, now hoping for a steam key...such a great game !
Vault Boy 29 października 2013 o 23:49 
Congratulations Gordon! Finally man! Now give me my key! But seriously this is great. And I look forward to your next project.
goodhustle  [autor] 29 października 2013 o 23:05 
Awesome, greenlit! I'll be doing some planning but will post when I have details to share. Thanks for your support, everyone! :)
SATCHMO 29 października 2013 o 16:13 
one of my favorite games... so excited its finally greenlit :)
InsertCookiesHere 29 października 2013 o 15:39 
It's about time this gets Greenlit. It immediately becomes one of the best games on Steam, indie or otherwise. Highly recommended.
Jean Rane 26 października 2013 o 12:40 
Your telephone is ringing, it's my fists calling to punch you some more!
Purple Fiction 13 października 2013 o 16:47 
This is awesome.
ztalavia 5 października 2013 o 16:59 
Please put it on Steam; so I don't have to give my credit info...
Skidrow925 29 września 2013 o 14:21 
Interesting idea, having a FP boxing game. Would totally buy on Steam.
peter purvis 16 września 2013 o 8:32 
.. who doesn't want to punch a turkey in the face? ...
Daisinea 5 września 2013 o 8:28 
cool haben will
KrissyRawrz ღ Lee 15 sierpnia 2013 o 5:42 
Lovely game that would be a nice edition to Steam :) I voted, good luck!
Booplesnoot 10 sierpnia 2013 o 1:51 
Love this game, have it over on Desura. Would love it on Steam. Too bad about the confusion regarding the different versions.

Too bad about Greenlight too. There's no reason this game isn't on the Steam store yet.
radar2670 6 sierpnia 2013 o 12:15 
@goodhustle Thank you for clearing up the confusion over the OUYA vs PC. I will admit that the mixed dicussion of both version did cause me to think that the PC version did have IAP's.

My distrust of most if not all game developers as of late come from the numerous times I have been burned by purchasing a game only to find out it either had microtransaction or were forced in later even after doing extensive research before purchase. It has gotten so bad that now when someone says you can purchase something ingame you have to specify real world or in game money. That is when the distrust come from. It was not aimed at you specifcly. More the entire industry as of late. I could have worded that better.

Again sorry for the confusion. So that being said, I will go and download the demo and give it a go. If I enjoy it, I will come back and change my vote to yes.
Vault Boy 6 sierpnia 2013 o 9:41 
Gordon get this Greenlit man! Dying to add it to my Steam library.
goodhustle  [autor] 5 sierpnia 2013 o 22:18 
@Game Coding Ninja balance is difficult to nail perfectly. When the game had easier gameplay by default players complained up and down that it was too short and also boring. The difficulty level is targeted towards desktop players (and not mobile players where those difficulty heuristics you mentioned are the norm) whom I believed would be interested in a retro-action boxing game like the classics, which were no cakewalk. Again, there's no IAP whatsoever in the PC/Mac version, and the difficulty level is tuned already independently of IAP. I'm sorry that you feel taken advantage of and I'll take your advice of introducing another easier difficulty level under consideration, but I can't guarantee it because I think it would make the game less rewarding to play.
goodhustle  [autor] 5 sierpnia 2013 o 22:07 
@radar2670, I understand why you may be confused, but I don't really appreciate the suspicion. Game Coding Ninja was complaining about the design of the OUYA version whose store prevents you from charging for games; it's IAP only on the entire platform. The Steam Greenlight page here is strictly about the PC/Mac version which has no IAPs. I don't know how I can be any more clear. It just seems to confuse people when we get derailed talking about the OUYA version here, so from now onwards I'm going to just delete any comments that don't specifically address the PC version. If you have suggestions for other platforms just contact me directly or use some other forum for that. I'll let the below comments stand for context.
radar2670 4 sierpnia 2013 o 20:21 
If you do not put in the desription that the game has IAPs I will instantly vote no not matter how intereting I may find the game. If you are hiding the fact the game has IAP's. What else are you hiding?
Game Coding Ninja 30 lipca 2013 o 15:53 
Unfortunately due to the brutally hard difficulty on normal, the game changes your motivation from working on technique to hoarding coins, which you conveniently have available for sale. I could understand if this was a "free to play" game and this was your “only” revenue mechanism but not for a purchased game.

Also, why does loosing to the newest opponent pay more in coins then winning exhibition matches against the previous opponent? I can understand needing to grind a bit because I need to level up to better compete. Instead I'm motivated to exploit the system by intentionally loosing match after match, to the newest opponent, to acquire more coins to level up, in the hopes to finally hold my own against them.

As for difficulty, easy should be so that kids can play. Normal should be for your average gamer. What is currently normal should really be labeled as hard. Then you could add other levels of hard like very hard or insane.
blacky 30 lipca 2013 o 13:27 
Many items and upgrades, new game plus up to 7, some cool enemies and fighting system which is easy to pick up but hard to master. Really fun game. I found the difficulty really challenging but not unbeatable which is nice and there is also easy mode. Here's short gameplay video i have made: Mix + Gameplay
goodhustle  [autor] 29 lipca 2013 o 22:10 
@Game Coding Ninja, sorry to hear that. In the OUYA version, the enemy stats and gameplay are the exact same in the PC / Mac version (advertised here) which has no IAP at all. In fact, the game is just supposed to be hard, as the description in the OUYA store and the intro states. I'm open to doing some difficulty tuning but I've gotten some good feedback that this level of difficulty is enjoyable for many players. If it's too tough, I'd suggest trying the easier setting. It will still be hard, but just not as brutally hard, and winning the game is still worthy of respect.
Game Coding Ninja 29 lipca 2013 o 21:55 
I purchased this game on OUYA but now I'm having buyers remorse. You upgrade your skills with coins won in matches but the monster's levels are so high, you really don't stand a chance. The real motive behind this is to get you to purchase additional coins from them to upgrade your character. Now that I know their real goal, I feel taken advantage of.
Rambo Stallone 29 lipca 2013 o 3:59 
go go go steam !
JimmyTheSaint™ 21 lipca 2013 o 11:21 
when will this get the greenlight?
salec 20 lipca 2013 o 10:43 
Dear Valve, Greenlight this game already! It's amazing and there are no similar titles on Steam. Plus you can punch a turkey in the face. IN. THE. FACE.
Cowboy Gogi 16 lipca 2013 o 8:49 
Looks cool
ベンジャミン 11 lipca 2013 o 15:26 
hahahha funny! :)
Shadow A 5 lipca 2013 o 19:00 
This games is higly recomended to be on Steam. It's very fun and has great gameplay mechanics. A must have!!!
HentaiHeroKyo 18 czerwca 2013 o 20:33 
For those of us who remember the great fun of the "Punch-Out" titles of yesteryear, Beast Boxing Turbo is an excellent homage to a game style that is extremely fun yet sadly underserved. I bought it for the Ouya and direct, but I'd love to see it come to Steam. All it needs is a Linux version...and a sequel!
Bruno 1 czerwca 2013 o 2:01 
A boxing game! *-*

I'd love to pay for it. :P
=DiG= Dragged & Chopped 28 maja 2013 o 2:07 
du fuq, I better play Zeno Clash
Mabecko 26 maja 2013 o 8:15 
Highly recommended!
(And I don't usually recommend stuff)
Ace_Commndr 24 maja 2013 o 6:23 
Love Boxing games-especially a fun looking game as this one!
JurassicClark96 16 maja 2013 o 14:45 
Wow, a boxing game with a female protagonist? That's certainly new, sign me up!
Jadomonkey 4 maja 2013 o 3:04 
Ridiculously fun with sincere challenge. Play it with a gamepad.
Sysgen 24 kwietnia 2013 o 8:04 
Fighting the second fighter and noticed that there is zero feedback for blocking punches. It looks like the other fighter is missing but your health bar goes down. Should not be designed this way. Upvoted anyway.
edpeterson1 23 kwietnia 2013 o 19:00 
I got this from the Indie Royale Debut 2 Bundle, definately one of the best games out of the lot! Hopefully this game gets greenlit!
refleksy 23 kwietnia 2013 o 8:48 
If you're not sure if you want to buy this game or not, I did a review of it, check it out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reZ6i23Q5Rk
Tiggy☢Winkles 21 kwietnia 2013 o 6:11 
Bought it on Indie Royale (.) com... Great game, entertaining and challenging. I think this would be a great greenlight game.
Anime Avatars Get Blocked 21 kwietnia 2013 o 5:54 
more like BREAST Boxing Turbo, amiright?