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Beat Street is a beat 'em up you can play with one hand

Multitask like a boss

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Product: Beat Street | Publisher: Lucky Kat Studios | Genre: Fighting
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
Ever wanted to play a good, ol' fashioned beat 'em up but you've got your hands full? Lucky Kat Studios (Grumpy Cat's Worst Game Ever) has you covered with its upcoming title, Beat Street. 
Aside from its catchy name, Beat Street is a beat 'em up you can play one-handed. That means that whatever you've got to do - bringing the shopping in from the car, cooking dinner, moving your cat from your lap and feeling guilty about it, or pointing rudely at someone to emphasise your argument - you can still kick butt and collect coins by swiping and tapping. 

The developer and his brother are huge fans of Double Dragon, an arcade game from 1987 but having grown sick and tired of poor PC-to-mobile ports, Lucky Kat figured it'd be worth a shot. Given the overwhelmingly positive response across the web, it's a shot well taken. 

There's no further news on when the release might be or how long its development is, but we'll definitely be keeping an eye on it. 

 

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Emily Sowden 20 March 2017
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