Games: Fist Puncher Now Available on Steam

Adult Swim Games has some more stuff to fill up your hard drive and Steam library with.

After releasing Super Puzzle Platformer Deluxe back in May, and Super House of Dead Ninjas in February, the Games branch of our beloved network has something new, but it doesn’t have “Super” in the title. It’s probably pretty “super” anyway: Fist Puncher comes to you only on Steam in conjunction with Team2Bit. A side-scrolling beat ’em up that got some acclaim at GDC, with a bit of a modern twist. Check you out a promo video:

And the description:

Return to the glory days of sidescrolling beat-em-ups, courtesy of developers Team2Bit and Adult Swim Games.

The sinister Milkman holds the city of Las Cruces in his nasty criminal grip, and it’s up to legendary black belt neurosurgeon Dr. Karate and the rest of the Fist Puncher team to deliver old-school justice to the lawless streets.

Key Features:

15 playable characters, including Dr. Karate and Steroid Jackson

Assign “RPG-lite” skill points to level up your crew as you play

Each fighter has a unique set of moves and perks to unlock

50 levels of mayhem include a nude beach, Nazi birthday party, and more

Packed with collectibles, Easter Eggs, and secrets

99 achievement trading cards to find

2-4 players simultaneous local co-op action

The game also has full controller support, so you and your friends can all hop on via a controller and take advantage of the local co-op.

Wanna see what you get for your money? A few of screenshots for you:

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If you want to get in on this stuff, Fist Puncher is available NOW on Steam for Windows for $9.99.

Go throw your money at Adult Swim Games, Team2Bit, and Steam. It makes them stronger, more powerful. More able to give you cool games.

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