Epigenesis has a free weekend on Steam

by: Sean Colleli -

Dead Shark Triplepunch (gotta love these indie studio names, right?) has their hybrid sports/FPS title Epigenesis up for a free weekend promo on Steam. The game is currently in early access beta , but if you participate in this promo you can get the game for the discount price of $2.50 instead of the full $9.99. The promo lasts until 1pm Sunday February 2nd, so if you want to participate head over to the Steam page and check it out.

KARLSHAMN, Sweden?Jan 30, 2014?Independent studio Dead Shark Triplepunch today announced Epigenesis, now in Beta and Early Access on Steam, is now available for free trial on Steam today until Sunday, February 2: http://store.steampowered.com/app/244590. After the trial, players can purchase the game to keep in their Steam library for $2.50?75% off the original price of $9.99?until Sunday. Epigenesis isan online multiplayer arena sports game in which two sides are locked in a never-ending fight for world-domination by playing ball.

Developer Dead Shark Triplepunch also announced the next Epigenesis tournament is scheduled for Friday, February 21 through Sunday, February. 23. More information about sign-ups will be available soon at: http://www.epigenesisthegame.com.

Tournament prizing includes:
  • Three QPAD QH-90 PC gaming headsets engraved with the Epigenesis logo for the winning Team
  • Three QPAD mouse pads for the 2nd place team
  • Dead Shark Triplepunch T-shirts for the top three teams
Epigenesis won Make Something Unreal Live (2013) hosted by Epic Games and won Game of the Year from the. For more information about Epigenesis, please visit the website: http://www.epigenesisthegame.com.

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About Epigenesis
Epigenesis is an online multiplayer sports/FPS game in which two sides are locked in a never-ending fight for world domination by playing ball. In this non-lethal ballgame of the future, players leap across platforms suspended high up in the air trying to get a ball located in the middle of the arena and score goals against their opponents. Each player carries a gravity cannon capable of pushing enemies (and friends) down from the heights of the arena.

When a player scores, he receives a genetically modified super-seed and gets the opportunity to plant it onto a platform to capture it. To win the game you must capture towers and construct a node system from your goal post all the way to your opponents' goal post. If this hasn't happened by the time that the clock reaches zero, the team with the most scores win!

Teamwork, tactics and precision is key to win eternal glory in a game of Epigenesis!

About Dead Shark Triplepunch

Dead Shark Triplepunch is an indie developer team consisting of 10 crew members based in the city of Karlshamn, which lies in the southern parts of Sweden. They are currently working on the Non-lethal FPS Domination/Ball game Epigenesis.

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