Soccer With Baseball Bats Guts ‘N Goals Swings Onto Kickstarter With Free Demo on July 30


Aspiring part-time assistant amateur soccer coach CodeManu announced the kickoff of the Kickstarter campaign for his arcade-style beat ‘em up soccer game, Guts ‘N Goals (PC, Nintendo Switch). Links: – Kickstarter trailer (YouTube) – Steam page (NEW free demo) – Kickstarter page Guts ‘N Goals allows players to beat their friends at a game of soccer, literally by mixing in beat ‘em up gameplay mechanics with soccer-style objectives resulting in a seriously fun way to play the world’s game.

Fans won’t have to wait to play Guts ‘N Goals with a free demo launching alongside the Kickstarter campaign on Steam. The free demo includes multiplayer and singleplayer modes with access to over 25 unique characters.

“I’ve always enjoyed Soccer, but felt like something was missing”, says Manuel Bolaños, solo-developer of Guts ‘N Goals. “I feel like baseball bats are that missing element. With Guts ‘N Goals, we can enjoy Soccer how it should be played. With Bats.” Backers will be able to grab a digital copy of Guts ‘N Goals on PC for € 9 and on Nintendo Switch for € 13 until early bird reward tiers end on July 31 at 9 PM EST.

For more information about the game and its development, please visit our webpage, and stay updated with the latest news by following Guts ‘N Goals on Twitter.

About Guts ‘N Goals

Guts ‘N Goals combines fast-paced, action-packed combat expected from the beat ’em up genre with addictive soccer-style gameplay in stadiums that each have unique mechanics that add an extra layer of fun to each match.

Players can enjoy a singleplayer mode with over 25 characters that each have their own unique abilities to unlock and online multiplayer modes. Guts ‘N Goals is being developed solely by Manuel Bolaños, and is scheduled for release on PC (via Steam and other major PC gaming platforms) and the Nintendo Switch later this year.

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