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Here’s Superhot’s progress shown through gifs

Posted by Tyler Colp on December 4, 2014 | Jump to 0 comments

Superhot, the first-person game where time only moves when you move, is starting to become more than just a shooter.

The team behind the $250,000 Kickstarter project have added a melee system to the game and several other ways to obliterate your enemies.

The developer released a batch of gifs showcasing the current status of the game. There’s shattered glass, gun-throwing, and dodging, but the melee ones are the best.


The game now has new enemy models, the ability to throw enemies off of ledges, no more floating guns, glass shattering that distracts enemies, throwable items, and new level prototypes, according to the post.

The PC, Mac, and Linux game is expected to be launched in June. An alpha version is scheduled to be available by the end of the year and a beta in February.


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