Micro-Moba One Tower Enters Closed Beta
One Tower, a "micro-MOBA" developed by SkyReacher Entertainment has officially entered Closed Beta. Since One Tower was funded on Kickstarter, it is being opened up to backers for testing first. This doesn't mean that non-backers won't be able to get in on the beta action, but they will have to sign up for a chance.
The game, which is designed to create a streamlined 1v1 MOBA experience, is set to officially launch on Steam in September and will be free-to-play. As with most MOBAs, players will be tasked with defending against their opponent while simultaneously attempting to destroy the enemy tower. It's billed by SkyReacher as "quick to play, easy to learn, and insanely fun to play against one another." Players will be able to customize minion waves in addition to their normal MOBA-esque activities.
If you're interested in participating in the One Tower beta, you can sign up on the game's site.
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