Brief Battles - Couch game where you fight your friends with super-powered underpants!

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  1. Juicy Cupcake

    Juicy Cupcake New Member

    Feb 26, 2017
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    Ahoy there!

    I'm half of two-man indie dev team, Juicy Cupcake from Adelaide, Australia. We're developing Brief Battles, a couch game where you fight your friends using super-powered underpants :p It's now on Steam Greenlight for anyone who is interested.

    • Equip a variety of super powered underpants during battle to be granted absurd combat powers.
    • Playable heroes are cute, plump, wobbly and agile.
    • Players have a huge amount of control to get around and take down their foes. Using sticky nubs (hands), players can stick to almost any flat surface.
    • Battle in treacherous arenas with vibrant, eye-popping visuals. Arenas feature interactive elements and hazards unique to the region of play.
    • Choose from classic or ridiculous underpant themed game modes. (All modes yet to be announced)
    Introducing the first 4 heroes of Brief Battles! Sparrow, Professor Tubbins, Violet and Kevin!

    It'd be insanely appreciated if anyone is able to check out the greenlight page and give it your judgement with a vote and comment, or share it with any Steam users you know to do the same. With the recent announcement of Steam direct, greenlight has been getting pretty swamped, so most of the activity for everyone is coming from outreach.

    You'll find a whole lot more info, gameplay vids, screenshots etc on the greenlight page:
    Greenlight link in browser:
    Open directly in Steam (PC):

    Alpha gameplay trailer for anyone who's interested:

    Feedback would be great! Cheers!

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