Publisher: Glass Bottom Games
Genres: Fighting, Action
Grab your TV or monitor, and your gamepad (or mouse & keyboard), and get punching!
Radical first-person punching aimed at ultimate satisfaction
New arenas to explore every time you play, chock full of new stuff to wreck
A double fistful of fun to button-mash combo slammin' action with a high skill ceiling
Earn permanent upgrades to give you a leg-up on your next run through the Gauntlet
Colorful and vibrant pixelated characters in tandem with gory violence
A ton of different playstyle-changing fist types (to hit dudes with)
Mysterious things to dip fists in (maybe it'll give you power! OR NOT)
The punk/chip fusion sounds of "Chipunk" in an all-original soundtrack
The continuing saga of Emma and Franky, forever-friends from our previous games
Spartan Fist Gameplay Trailer (Official)
First Person Puncher (Spartan Fist Launch Trailer, Official)
Spartan Fist Launch Announce (🔊 ON, intensity warning) (Official Trailer)
As long as you understand the sort of game it is (and the limitations of what it offers), Spartan Fist can provide a few solid hours of fun at the very least. Over time, it could grow into a more robust and complex experience that has more lasting appeal, and even in its current form there's a decent amount of content for roguelike/first-person melee fans to sink their teeth into. There are also some noticeable shortcomings to be sure, but indie fans who just want to punch some dudes with no muss and no fuss will find plenty to love about Spartan Fist.