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Colourful party game Aeolis Tournament launches July 16

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Aeolis Tournament, the first title from Canadian developer Beyond Fun Studio now has a confirmed release date of July 16 and this will feature Linux support.

Inspired by Nintendo-style party games, Aeolis Tournament will have up to 8 players compete in various game modes based on a simple one-button mechanic. Characters use an air cannon to control the power of the wind and affect their surroundings. It's a high-tempo game in the vein of Fuzion Frenzy with a cartoony and colourful art direction. Aeolis Tournament features physics-based gameplay, a tournament mode and local & online multiplayer play.

See their new teaser below:

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What they say it will feature:

  • Up to 8 players Multiplayer Offline/Online cross-platform.
  • Simple controls/mechanic: accessible and fun for all type of players.
  • 6 game modes and 6 characters!
  • Achievements and progression system with unlockable items.
  • Customization: fashion items & character skins.
  • Will be supported with new content post launch (game modes, characters, items).

When it launches on July 16 it will come with a 15% discount for a week, then the game will come back to its full price of $14.99, €12,49 and £11.49.

You can follow Aeolis Tournament on Steam.

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I'm looking forward to this just because my friends have been playing more party games this year. I might get it right at release.
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