Kickstarter campaign and demo for rhythm adventure game UNBEATABLE for PC launch April 6

"An anime-juiced rhythm adventure with a heavy focus on music and emotions."

UNBEATABLE

D-Cell Games will launch a Kickstarter campaign for UNBEATABLE, “an anime-juiced rhythm adventure with a heavy focus on music and emotions,” on April 6, the developer announced. It is planned for release on PC, Mac, and Linux.

On the same date, D-Cell Games will also release the free UNBEATABLE [white label] demo for PC via Steam, which is an exclusive side story set in the world of UNBEATABLE.

Here is an overview of the demo:

About

Music is illegal—and it’s time to do some crimes. UNBEATABLE [white label] is an exclusive side-story set in the world of UNBEATABLE.

Experience a heartfelt, multi-act narrative that gives an early look into some of UNBEATABLE‘s colorful cast.

Progress in the story to unlock some of UNBEATABLE‘s exciting rhythm set pieces and arcade-perfect levels.

Key Features

  • Explore a vibrant world.
  • Visually stunning, heart-pumping, anime-inspired combat.
  • Battle to the beat however and whenever you want in the Arcade Mode.
  • New story and songs releasing every week from April 6 to May 7, including a couple of special surprises!

Update Schedule

  • April 6 – Launch
  • April 12 – ???
  • April 19 – ???
  • April 26 – ???
  • May 4 – ???

Watch the Kickstarter teaser / UNBEATABLE [white label] trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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