A local multiplayer brawler.
11 Games Like Sluggish Morss: Days of the Purple Sun for Mac OS
Nidhogg 2, Nidhogg, and SOYF: S#!T ON YOUR FRIENDS are our top selection to play today.
The latest addition in this selection are Gang Beasts released the 11 December 2017 and ranked #4, Nidhogg 2 released the 14 August 2017 and ranked #1, SOYF: S#!T ON YOUR FRIENDS released the 7 July 2017 and ranked #3.
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The rules are simple. Reach the other side and kill anyone that stands in your way. Deftly parry and rend their throats, riddle their bowels with arrows, or squish their brains between your toes. The wurm cares not for chivalry.
Nidhogg is the epic award-winning fencing tug-of-war, full of graceful acrobatics and clumsy stabs. IRL yelling and excitement may occur, in this ultimate two-player showdown of fast-paced fencing and melee attacks. Beware, advantages in Nidhogg are often fleeting, as new opponents continually spawn in your way.
The party game nobody asked for, but everybody needs. SOYF is a local multiplayer competitive brawler for 2-4 players! Assume the role of adorable creatures and attempt to poop on your friends to find out who reigns aerial excrement superiority.
Gang Beasts is a silly local multiplayer party game with surly gelatinous characters, brutal mêlée fight sequences, and absurdly hazardous environments.
Welcome to the Combat Core League! Battle with up to 4 players with a cast of powered up characters in a colorful sci-fi arena, or create your own! Compete with your friends or challenge yourself against AI opponents to compete for the title of the strongest.
Brawlhalla is an epic platform fighter for up to 8 players online or locally. And it's free! Join casual free-for-alls, queue for ranked matches, or make a custom room with your friends. Millions of players. Frequent updates. Over forty unique legends. Come fight for glory in the halls of Valhalla!
Super Sky Arena is a modern re-imagination of Starfox multiplayer! Local multiplayer dogfights for up to 4 Friends (or Enemies). Your Friends are too far away to join you on your couch? Host an online game for them instead or play against the AI. Multiplayer fun for all!
Worms™ Clan Wars is the biggest and best Worms™ game to date - more worms, larger landscapes, more dynamic water, more weapons and more customisation items than ever before.
Overruled is a multiplayer brawler like no other - players change the rules as they play, directly influencing the dynamics and direction of combat. Challenge up to three friends with both local and online multiplayer to a battle – The end result is simple - the person with the most points wins the game! It’s the madness that happens as the clock clicks down that makes Overruled extra special. Use over 25 change ’em-up cards to mess things up and alter the gameplay to best suit your style and annoy your opponents - no game is ever the same! Don’t incite the enemy as they are the master of your fate! You could be playing Deathmatch now, but one of your rivals might decide to change it to Swag Bag… Or King of the Hil..l. Or Capture the Flag… Or… Everyone dead? Double the respawn timer. Not doing so well by yourself? Turn on teams. Got the swag bag? Double the points you earn. An ever-growing diverse cast of madcap characters will keep you company as you and your friends battle for victory and, more importantly, bragging rights!
Local multiplayer! Play your friends. Crush their dreams. Smell their fear. Destroy them with a thousand pigeons.
Lethal League Blaze is an intense, high speed ball game, with unique characters and out of sight sounds. The goal is to hit your opponent with an anti-gravity ball using strikes, bunts, parries, throws and special abilities. Banging beats: An off the wall soundtrack containing the likes of Hideki Naganuma, Frank Klepacki, Pixelord, Bignic and, of course, Klaus Veen.
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