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Frozen Endzone from Mode 7 Announced

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Frozen Endzone is from the developers of the highly acclaimed Frozen Synapse. It's an interesting take on Sports and Strategy, and while I personally don't care for American Football (Or Rugby as this seems more like) I still look forward to it. Estimated release is in 2014.

It combines the strategic depth of Frozen Synapse with an elegant interface, completely original creative gameplay and a thrilling futuristic aesthetic.

Two teams face off in a randomly-generated situation. You must design a play to get the ball into your opponent's endzone, using the stadium's terrain to your advantage.

Trailer music is "Holding Fire" by nervous_testpilot from the Frozen Endzone OST.

Features
Full single player (Skirmish and Season) and multiplayer (various modes)
Unique simultaneous-turn-based gameplay
Randomly-generated situations and terrain for instant action
Selection of teams and stadiums; customisation options
Expressive art style and high-quality animation
Trance and electronica soundtrack by nervous_testpilot

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2 comments

Guest 15 Mar, 2013
Oh wow, yet more awesome looking games coming our way! And in a genre not often explored, fantastic :)
avarisclari 15 Mar, 2013
Quoting: edgleyOh wow, yet more awesome looking games coming our way! And in a genre not often explored, fantastic
Yeah, it's a "attempt to day one" purchase for me :D
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