UK-based developer Ground Shatter has been building up a card-based combat sim called Fights In Tight Spaces for the last year. After soft-launching in Early Access last February, content and features have slowly been added to the game. Now the finished product is ready to graduate, and it’ll become a full-fledged Steam game on December 2.
The promise is simple: you’re a secret agent engaged in combat with the enemy, and there’s not much room to move around in. The key to survival and whipping your opponents before they whip you is strategy — the cards you lay down will dictate your moves. Pick from over 200 available cards to build a reliable deck, enhance your skills and abilities, and you may just win at this spy game.
Changes since the initial Early Access release include several new starter decks (there are now six in all), an overhaul of the UI, improved replay sequences, additional music tracks, more moves, cards, levels enemies and bosses.
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
Fights In Tight Spaces becomes fully available on Steam December 2.
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