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SpiritSphere

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

50%

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Based on 6 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCJan 23, 2017

Developer: Eendhoorn Games

Genre: Action

SpiritSphere is a competitive local multiplayer game that draws inspiration from classics like Zelda and Windjammers and mashes it together with the nostalgic feel of playing air hockey at your local arcade. The game is easy to pick up, but hard hard to master and can quickly lead to heated one-versus-one battles of wits and reflexes as you fight for each point.

Take a pick from multiple characters with their own unique abilities and battle it out in a variety of arenas set in a classic RPG world. Stay on your toes as there are power-ups to collect that can help you or your opponent to suddenly turn the tide and take home the victory!

The game features an 8-bit art style that sticks closely to the NES color palette and associated restrictions. The electrifying soundtrack is by the hands of Gas1312.

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Spaziogames

5 / 10.0
Francesco Corica

Spiritsphere is made with a an original idea that, if developed better, could have got attention by a larger group of players.

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CGMagazine

7 / 10.0
CGMagazine

SpiritSphere is a fun game with a few missteps. The unpredictable difficulty and lack of online multiplayer can be extremely frustrating when other aspects are so fun.

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Cubed3

8 / 10
Cubed3

Spiritsphere is incredibly fun when it focuses on its competitive nature. It doesn't really feel very exciting when it tries to be a solo experience, but it does manage to be a breath of fresh air in local competitive e-sports. Perhaps with an online component, it could become a sports and Zelda fan's dream title. Until then, though, it's still a whole lot fun in a somewhat unconventional package.

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GameSpew

9 / 10
GameSpew

If you’re looking for something unique with a great replayability factor – and most of all, lots of fun – then SpiritSphere is worth checking out.

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