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Ace of Spades, an 8-bit, Minecraft-like team-based FPS

Want to play an 8-bit, Minecraft-like, team-based first-person shooter? Check out Ace of Spades

| Gaming News | Posted: Nov 4, 2012 8:27 am

There's a new team-based first-person shooter on the block called Ace of Spades, and most of you (including myself) have probably not even heard of it.

 

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Well, the game is being made specifically with the gameplay found in Team Fortress in mind, wrapped in the 8-bit blocky Minecraft-like look, which also gives players in the game the freedom to build themselves a custom battlefield, on-the-go. Yes, while you're defending, shooting, and running away from bullets, you'll be making your own battlefield.

 

Ace of Spades supports up to 32 simultaneous players in a world that is completely destructible, and just like Minecraft, players are only limited by their own creativity in building their surroundings. Ace of Spades is a PC-exclusive (yay!) and has been in development since April 2011, with the beta sporting around 2.5 million players.

 

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Ace of Spades will reach Steam in December this year for a "small fee". You can check out the official website here, and also check out their Facebook page where you can register to win a free copy of the game.

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