Turn-based deck-builder Fights in Tight Spaces announced for PC

Due out in Q3 2020.

Fights in Tight Spaces

Publisher Mode 7 and developer Ground Shatter have announced Fights in Tight Spaces, a blend of deck-building, turn-based tactics and animated fight sequences in action movie settings. It will launch for PC via Steam in Q3 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

Card-Based Tactical Fighting!

Fights in Tight Spaces blends deck-building, turn-based tactics, and thrilling animated fight sequences in classic action-movie settings. Learn to balance your hand, momentum, and positioning to overcome the odds to defeat your adversaries.

Pick from over 150 cards as you build a deck to suit your play style and your opponents’. Encounter random events, acquire enhancements (or injuries), and make critical choices about how best to upgrade your agent for the fights ahead.

Key Features

  • Control the Space – Use the environment against your adversaries.
  • Train your Abilities – Build a deck to suit your play style, upgrade your moves, and equip your agent with a range of enhancements.
  • Protect High-Value-Targets – Use your skills and abilities as you act as bodyguard to VIPs.
  • Endless Threats – With a new mission each time your play, evolve your tactics, unlock new possibilities, and perfect your strategy to defeat the  criminal underworld.
  • Prove your Worth – Embark on a daily mission and compare your scores to other players on the online leaderboard.

Summary

In an era where espionage is handled largely by data-packets being pored over by teams of analysts, Section Eleven’s approach is more hands-on, dealing with the sorts of criminal organizations who live and operate outside the realms of electronic communication. When the rest of the intelligence services have failed, they call Section Eleven.

As a Section Eleven agent, it is your job to find direct solutions to emerging threats… largely by smashing people’s faces into things.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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