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Beat Da Beat to Release on Steam

Moscow, Russia – February 16, 2016 – Today, indie developer-publisher, Nekki are pleased to announce that smash hit rhythm based shoot-em-up, Beat Da Beat, will release on Steam for PC on March 11.

In Beat Da Beat, two frantic genres are combined  (“Bullet Hell” and “Rhythm Game”) resulting in a unique gaming experience where everything that happens on the screen is in tune with the current musical composition.  Players are encouraged to dance along to the fast-paced action, whilst steering their spaceship through hurricane like levels, dodging the bullet rain and reducing the hordes of aliens to atoms.

Features:

  • Pixel art style
  • Unbelievable musical levels
  • Four difficulty modes
  • Epic bosses
  • Awesome music from some amazing musicians

Winner of the DevGAMM Excellence in Game Design 2015 and the Comic-Con GamesJam 2014 awards, Beat Da Beat was developed by the indie studio 2Players and is the first game to launch as part of Nekki’s indie developer program.

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About Nekki
Founded in 2002, Nekki is headquartered in Moscow, Russia, with an office in Nuremberg, Germany. Developer and publisher of high-quality, action games that unleash the emotion in more than 250 million players worldwide. The company is best known for their smash hits Shadow Fight 2 and Vector, which collectively have over 180 million downloads across iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Steam and Amazon. Their games feature a distinctive art style, stunning visual effects and smooth, realistic live-action movements produced by Nekki’s own proprietary animation engine, Cascadeur. Nekki supports independent developers by providing development, publishing and financial assistance.  For more information, please visit www.nekki.com

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