Play WITH YOUR FRIENDS locally or online in this fast-paced party brawler. Compete against each other in this fun-filled, hilarity ensuing, adrenaline pumping, caffeine consumption, all-out brawl fest.
Welcome to GALACTIC FEUD!
Play WITH YOUR FRIENDS locally or online in this fast-paced party brawler. Compete against each other in this fun-filled, hilarity ensuing, adrenaline pumping, caffeine consumption, all-out chaotic brawl fest.
- 12 Exciting Maps
- 5 Chaotic Game-Modes
- 80+ unlock-able cosmetics
- Over a dozen unlockable weapons
- Local or Online Multiplayer with your friends!
- Player servers!
- Partial controller support (Handles everything except kicking players and inviting/joining through Steam)
Everything was going well for The Host and Galactic Feud. So well, that the executives had approved the use of the Grab-a-Tron to get more contestants for future seasons. The only problem was, the increase in new roommates caused conditions to become disgusting and difficult. The Originals (the first contestants grabbed) had had enough. They were promised freedom for fighting and it didn’t look like they were going to be sent home any time soon. Zork rallied his new friends and began their final fight.
The Contestant Rebellion of 2078xi ended almost as quickly as it started. The contestants had made easy work of all the untrained over-paid executives. That was until they stepped into the Host’s office. Standing on top of his enormous desk, The Host smiled as he held up a small remote device. His finger danced over the bright blinking red button. He taunted the angry rebels, trying to convince them he held their lives in his hands.
All the contestants looked to Zork for their next move. He knew they were tired and worn out; it was time to make a deal. Aiming high, he tried to gain everyone’s release. By the end of negotiations, he had guaranteed their freedom but only after the new season ended. It wasn’t perfect, but it was something and the contestants knew if The Host didn’t hold up his end of the deal they could just fight their way out.
They all started heading back to their chambers when The Host suddenly slipped trying to get off his desk. Everything happened in slow motion; he fumbled with the device, tossing and turning, falling through the air. It all ended abruptly with the sound of a button clicking. That’s when the rhythmic beeping began. He looked over at his contestants, each one now had a green blinking light in their chest. Seconds later they all exploded into bits and parts.
At first, The Host was frantic trying to put all the pieces back together. It was impossible, nothing matched anymore and he just sat in silence thinking about all the money he lost. It took some time for him to realize the potential of this … opportunity, but once he did It didn’t take long for The Host to pull the plug, or in this case push the button, on the rest of his staff. Now he could make his contestants look any way he wanted and the best part was the exploding microchip had fried everyone’s hypothalamus, making them addicted to combat and competitions.
We would never have made it to this point without the help provided by these wonderful people. Thank you so much for testing with us, telling us our ideas are terrible and being all around great people!
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The minimum requirements represent the absolute minimum specifications required to run the game, however, they will not result in a perfect experience and you will have minor visual issues.