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New Divekick character is for high-risk, big-headed players

Adam Heart and developer Iron Galaxy Studios have revealed another featured character in their two-button, no-joystick 2D fighter parody Divekick, though this particular addition requires players to shoulder a major tradeoff during battle. "Jefailey," a character poking fun at fighting game...

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Divekick preview: The two-button brawler

Iron Galaxy Studios' Divekick, which started out as a purely independent Kickstarter success story, pokes fun at the aspects of the fighting genre that people both love and loathe. It competes well in the genre it trivializes, and it does so with both hands in its pockets. The build I played at PAX...

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Divekick takes a leap of faith on Steam Greenlight, due in summer

Divekick, the two-button fighting game from One True Game Studios, is trying its luck on Steam Greenlight with an updated launch window of summer 2013, pushed back from this spring. Divekick was the subject of a successful Kickstarter campaign in July, but Iron Galaxy canceled that fundraising...

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Minimalist fighter Divekick connects with PS3, PC, Vita this spring

Iron Galaxy Studios, the company behind the refreshes of Street Fighter 3: Third Strike and Darkstalkers, is working its magic on a new game: the fighting game parody Divekick. Originally made for PC by Shoryuken EIC Adam Heart, Iron Galaxy is working with Heart's company One True Game Studios to...

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Divekick finds a publisher, kills Kickstarter fundraiser

The Kickstarter page for Divekick, a fighting game billed as a parody of the genre, has been updated to reflect the campaign's closing, despite reaching its goal of $30,000. Divekick has found itself an unnamed publisher, and the money pledged will no longer be collected. Those who decided to back...

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Divekick, a fighting game parody of fighting games, hits Kickstarter

Divekick started out as a joke. It was meant to be a commentary on fighting games and the community surrounding it, but has escalated into much more since people discovered it was ... actually fun. Now creator Adam "Keits" Heart is holding a Kickstarter campaign to finance a PC release. Divekick...

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