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Clone Drone in the Danger Zone – Alpha Access

Bender would really love this game. Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is a third person sword (and sometimes you use a bow and arrow) fighting game set in a Colosseum, where you control humans who’s mind have been downloaded into a robot gladiator, fighting to survival against other robot fighters as you provide entertainment for the robot audience.

Enjoy the game’s great looking voxel art style, as you dismember your enemies (or get dismembered yourself) in one swoop or little by little for the big ones to then deliver the final strike. Your movement, position and time of attack as well as being aware of your surroundings and utilizing it to your advantage is crucial to achieve victory.

The game is extremely enjoyable to play with high levels of replay value, requiring on the spot strategic thinking as well as knowing what upgrades you’ll be needing as you go from one battle to another. There’s also a running commentary of your performance provided by ‘Commentatron’ and ‘Analysis-Bot’ which’s adds even more entertainment in your play-session.

It’s already fantastic in its current state, and so we’re very excited to see where the game goes, what features will be added, what improvements will be made and how much more fun we’ll get! (Note: Those cool slow-motion effects are part of the gameplay)

Get alpha access with the full game here.

Played it? We’d love to know what you thought about it.

One thought to “Clone Drone in the Danger Zone – Alpha Access”

  1. The sword combat brings a flavor of nostalgia as I remember my teenage playthroughs of Jedi Knight and Jedi Academy. Dismemberment is almost uncomfortably satisfying and even though I’ve already rescued all five humans of the Alpha build, I find myself going back to try a new combination of skill upgrades, or a self-imposed challenge of using no clones. – All in all I’m very excited about this game, and I hope many more fans of satisfying sword combat discover this gem as well.

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