Nov 21, 2017 Last Updated 12:18 PM, Nov 20, 2017

Ember Strike Early Access with Reentry Games

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Ember Strike Early Access Interview with Andy Kutruff and Heather Adams

Fast head-to-head fighting like you’ve never seen. Welcome to Ember Strike. Join the first PVP fighter of its kind! Ember Strike is the perfect mix of speed and action with live, competitive, head-to-head battles. Collect and upgrade a team of unique fighters and strike down your opponents in a totally unique mix of hardcore fighting, mini-games, and puzzle action. Steal moves, throw Strikes, reign destruction on your enemies!

About the Studio

Reentry Games is an indie game studio located in the heart of New York City. We are unlocking the potential of real-time multiplayer games across mobile and web, and are passionate about producing great games and amazing art.

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