Publisher Crytivo and developer Missset will release “multiplayer melee mayhem” game Flea Madness for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC via Steam in 2021, the companies announced.
The publisher is currently hosting a free pre-alpha weekend on PC. To participate, simply join the Crytivo Discord, type “!getkey” in the “#key-claim” channel, and redeem the key on Steam.
Here is an overview of the game, via Crytivo:
Join a team of alien fleas in this fast-paced game of maddening multiplayer melee mayhem! Choose your species, customize your abilities, and then hunt, eat, and squash your friends and frenemies in team play—or Flea for All, where there can Flea only one!
- Strike Fast – Speed is critical in Flea Madness. Flea who hesitates is dead! Use diverse landscapes to hunt and eat prey to gain power-ups—but be careful! Not everything you can eat may agree with you.
- Get New Abilities – All over the map you can find food-insects which give various abilities, they can either speed you up, or play a bad joke and give you a debuff.
- Hide – Use diverse landscape conditions and find unexpected places to hunt down and eat your victim.
- Moving Fast is the Pledge of Survival – Be faster and more cunning than your opponents, otherwise you will be eaten or lose your size, that in flea world is almost the same!
Watch the announcement trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.
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