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Slam Bolt Scrappers Interview

Posted on Tuesday, March 15 @ 16:52:22 Eastern by Blake_Morse
Every year indie games seem to innovate the casual market in some interesting way or another. One of this years candidates for leading innovation would appear to be Slam Bolt Scrappers. It's a brawler where you put together Tetris pieces to make weapons and defeat you opponents. It's the kind of simple, mindless fun that's perfect for quick or long term fun. We took a moment to check out the chaos for ourselves at PAX East.


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