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Monster collecting game Cassette Beasts gets a new trailer and publisher

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Cassette Beasts is the upcoming monster collecting game from Bytten Studio and today it has been announced that Raw Fury has joined as publisher. Bytten Studio had been looking for a publisher for some time now so this is great news.

Developed in the open source Godot Engine, Cassette Beasts looks like a monster catching game like no other as you use the powerful fusion system to transform into creatures using retro cassette tapes. Still no release date being given yet but there is a new trailer you can view below:

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Game Features:

  • Transform into monsters...using retro cassette tapes?!
    Faced with the constant threat of monster attacks, the residents of Harbourtown, New Wirral choose to fight fire with fire. Record a monster to tape, then play it back to take on its form for battle!
  • Fuse monster forms!
    Getting close to your companion has benefits–while transformed you can combine your strengths to gain the upper hand in battle! Any two monster forms can be fused to produce unique, fully-animated new fusion forms.
  • Explore a rich open world
    Certain monster abilities can be used in human form. You’ll need these to help you get around, solve puzzles, and locate dungeons. Glide, fly, swim, climb, dash, or turn magnetic!
  • Travel alongside a diverse cast of human companions
    Never fight alone! Form bonds, spend time together, and help your selected partner complete personal goals to become a better team. The strength of your relationship determines how well you’re able to fuse!
  • Master a deep battle system
    Take advantage of elemental chemistry to apply extra buffs or debuffs alongside your attack, or even alter your opponent’s elemental type!

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2 comments

Furyspark 20 Oct
Wait, another one? Haven't there been 3 other games of this genre in the past 1 or 2 years? Not that I'm complaining, mind you (not yet, at least), but I am fearing this genre will go the way of the zombie games. 😅
philip550c 21 Oct
Is this like Pokemon?
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