November 15th, 2012 | By Tom Christiansen
Earlier this week, Goodhustle Studios launched Beast Boxing Turbo for the PC and Mac. Beast Boxing Turbo is a remake of Goodhustle Studios’ Beast Boxing 3D which was released in 2010 for iOS devices. The remake features extended content, new gameplay and mechanics, as well as an overhauled fighting system.
Goodhustle Studios calls Beast Boxing Turbo an “artfully designed, first-person boxing game” and says the game was originally inspired by Punch-Out! and Zeno Clash.
In Beast Boxing Turbo, players take on the role of Char, a human boxer trying to make her way into the Beast Boxing League. The only problem is that, well, Char is a human. So Char has to wear a patchy monster costume when she has to box. Char eventually finds tutelage in a washed-out Pig-man-thing boxer who agrees to train her to prepare her for the road to victory.
Beast Boxing Turbo features four leagues with a total of twelve opponents to defeat. Char can be equipped with over thirty-five different pieces of gear and can choose from six skills to master. Game Plus mode offers additional difficulty as it accelerates the gameplay speed to a frenzied level.
Beast Boxing Turbo released November 5th for PC and Mac. A free demo for either version is available from the official Beast Boxing Turbo website, which is also where the full version can be purchased for $9.99.
Beast Boxing Turbo is also competing for publication through Steam Greenlight, so visit the game’s Steam Greenlight page and give it a vote.