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Spandex For All! KarjaSoft Announces Spandex Force: Superhero U

Posted by Dave Seaman on Monday, 18 July 2011

Stockholm, Sweden -- July 16, 2011 -- Independent game developer KarjaSoft proudly announces the release of Spandex Force: Superhero U, a tongue-in-cheek puzzle game with RPG and adventure elements. 

Spandex Force: Superhero U is a superhero-themed puzzle game for Windows and Mac that lets the player create his or her own hero and attend the prestigious university Superhero U in Vigilance Valley. The game features many different kinds of minigames, including, but not limited to match-3 battles against teachers, other students and nefarious villains threatening the school. 

Other minigames let the player rescue old ladies in distress, collect the precious metal Absurdium, or focus on physical, elemental and mental training. Three different match-3 mechanics and a large variety of puzzles are available, and everything is presented in a tongue-in-cheek manner that pokes fun at superhero cliches. The player can also customize his or her hero with different accessories and weapons, choose from various superpowers and develop the hero further by collecting experience and reputation points. 


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"Spandex Force: Superhero U is definitely the best superhero RPG-puzzle-adventure game currently on the market," says Miro Karjalainen, owner of KarjaSoft, not in the least bit deterred by the fact that the only two such games available are Spandex Force: Superhero U and its prequel, Spandex Force. 

http://www.spandexforce.com 

About KarjaSoft: 

KarjaSoft started developing casual computer games in 2006. The first release was the fluffy arcade game Sheeplings in 2007, followed by Spandex Force in 2008 and the adventure/pet raising game Wildhollow in 2009. Current plans involve world-wide market domination in superhero puzzle/RPG games by 2012. 

2 comments:

SoreLosersGaming said...

I'm not even sure what to think about that... The name is ridiculous and it looks like a pretty ordinary puzzle game. Ah well, I'll have to check it out just for the ridiculousness factor alone!

CaptainD said...

I kinda like the look of it, so I'm getting a review copy. I'm wondering if it will be a bit like Legend of Fae.

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