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New Indie Check-in, Knock-out Settles Room Disputes With Brawling

Posted on Wednesday, July 23 @ 16:00:00 Eastern by


The developers at Lionade Games sent word today that their new indie brawler dubbed Check-in, Knock-out will show at Gamescom and hopes to debut later this year, though it remains without a release date or platform.

Check-in, Knock-out gives players the opportunity to take anything you'd find in a hotel room and throw it at your friends, with different characters using distinctive playstyles, special abilities, and combos. "Our game is fast to learn but there is depth for those who seek it."

Lionade Games promises multiplayer hotel-wrecking madness, an "eargasmic 8-bit soundtrack", and some interesting retro graphics that should look sharp on powerful PCs. Check out the announcement trailer above and let us know if you're going to Gamescom and if you get hands-on with Check-in, Knock-out while you're there.
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