Spicy Horse wants you to go to hell

Hell Invaders

By on April 26, 2013 at 1:02 pm

Given its reputation, you wouldn’t think there would be a huge amount of interest in invading hell. It’s not exactly prime real estate. Nevertheless the team responsible for Alice: Madness Returns has deemed this to be an excellent premise for a game. According to developer Spicy Horse, Hell Invaders (thankfully just a working title) is a hybrid of real time strategy and collectable card games .

The brief press release for Hell Invaders notes that it “features actual card battles rather than two cards ‘fighting’ on a table”. While it’s nice to know that combatants “actually have 3D representations”, it would be even nicer to know if this has any sort of practical ramifications. As it stands, it may be nothing more than a cosmetic interpretation of the underlying gameplay.

Hell Invaders is slated for release in Spring.

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a hybrid of real time strategy and collectable card games .

Mmm… I like both of those. Will have to keep an eye on this, see how it turns out.

 
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