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Backspace will have you blasting and puzzling your way out of a virtual network of spheres

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Product: Backspace | Developer: Megabot | Genre: Action, Arcade
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
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Backspace is about logging online to find that you're sucked into a super network and can't escape.

That might sound like a horror story, but it's not. Backspace is actually a sci-fi action arcade game set on spherical worlds.

You drive around these spheres to get inside of them using Pods to break through walls, and Teleports to travel between their layers.

Along the way, you'll be blowing up enemies and moving cargo around to solve puzzles. It's all an effort to unlock the secret of the network that's trapped you and your friends.

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As you can see in the video above, the look of Backspace is quite a distinctive one. It's a fitting mixture of Tron colours, pew-pew action, and sharp angled corridors that lead into open arenas.

UK-based developer Megabot has been working on Backspace for a couple of years now. It seems that the game is getting close to release, so maybe next year?

I hope so. When it is finished, Backspace will be available on iOS, Android, and PC platforms.

Check out its website for more information.

Thanks Christian V.
 

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Chris Priestman 15 September 2014
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