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Currently in development and local multiplayer only for now, Hammer Dongers has an absolutely brilliant idea that I can't wait to see developed further.

In Hammer Dongers, you run around a small arena and smash your hammer into the ground. Eventually, the ground will crumble away and perhaps take your opponent with it. Simple and effective gameplay for a fun time. Personally, I think it's a brilliant idea for a party game, take a look:

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The developer made it clear it's not finished and under active development. While it's meant to be a local multiplayer game, it seems some sort of single-player is planned for it too but that will come later. It's had a Linux build for a little while too, added back in early January this year.

I've played a little of it myself with a partner and it's an absolute riot, the kind of fun that has you each getting louder as you get caught up in the moment.

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TheSHEEEP 5 Feb, 2020
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To be honest, this wasn't the first thing that came to my mind with a game with "dongers" in the title...
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