Over the weekend, Wavedash Games, the force behind the Smash Bros.' Project M mod, revealed a new free-to-play game. Titled Icons: Combat Arena, the game is a 2D platform brawler similar to Nintendo's popular game -- including characters with abilities similar to those on the Smash Bros. lineup.
For fans of Smash Bros., the Wavedash crew will likely be very familiar as their previously mentioned Project M mod was created to bring the feel of Smash Bros. Melee to Brawl.
The video below is a first glimpse at the game and Wavedash is planning an open beta before launching the game on Steam this autumn.
About the Author
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various gaming sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.
War Rock Relaunch On Papaya Play Introduces New Rewards and Events
War Rock, a free-to-play tactical FPS developed by Dream Execution, has changed hands moving from Nexon to Papaya Play.By QuintLyn Bowers - 6 years ago
You May Enjoy
Embracer Group Addresses Financial Challenges With Three-Step Plan That Will Entail "Difficult Decisions" (AKA: Probably Layoffs)
Embracer Group is confident it will achieve its goals by the end of the fiscal year.By Matthew D'Onofrio - 1 week ago
Path of Exile 2 Developers Discuss Item Design And Mechanics In Presentation From ExileCon
You'd be surprised how much attention items in the game get.By Matthew D'Onofrio - 4 days ago
Dauntless Reveals Plans To Bring Back Pursuits Next Year
The “revitalized” mode may replace the current Hunting Grounds.By QuintLyn Bowers - 3 days ago
Nightingale Developer Update Explains Early Access Delay, Because Even In Early Access You Only Get One Chance To Impress
They’re taking the fact that a launch is a launch seriously.By QuintLyn Bowers - 1 week ago
Bloodhunt Introduces Infinite Battle Pass, PS5 Founder's Edition, And Team Deathmatch Adjustments
All was covered in the third edition of the community newsletter.By Matthew D'Onofrio - 6 days ago
Upcoming Virtual Tabletop Platform Dungeon Full Dive Aims To Recreate The D&D Experience
There's a map builder, character editor, and crossplay with support for up to eight players.By Matthew D'Onofrio - 6 days ago