Sclash online mode hits the 2D samurai battle game which is playable on Linux and Steam Deck via Windows PC with Proton. With the dedicated assistance and support from the talented team at Bevel Bakery. Available on Steam and Humble Store with 87% Very Positive reviews.
Sclash is a thrilling 2D samurai battle experience that’s both easy to start playing locally or in online mode. It’s also a bit challenging to truly master. Since you plays as a samurai, armed and ready, facing off against an opponent. All in a world that looks like it’s been lifted from a traditional Japanese painting. The tension is high because a single successful hit can determine the winner. It’s a test of skill, timing, and strategy.
The game has a variety of characters, five to be exact, each with their own unique style. You can choose your favorite and dive into different battle arenas – there are 16 in total. Definitely very playable on Linux and Steam Deck via Proton. But the best part? You’re not just stuck playing against the computer or friends at home. Sclash has launched an online mode. This means you can now connect with other players over the internet. Create private rooms for matches with friends. Or jump into quick battles with people from all over the world.
Sclash – adds an online mode
Now, let’s talk about what makes the online experience smooth: rollback netcode. Since this makes your online battles feel as fast and responsive as if you were playing right next to your opponent. It’s a big deal since this also means less lag and more fun.
Beside the online mode for Sclash there is also a feature where you can get new looks for your characters. These ‘Pixels’ skins are free and you can get them directly through Steam. It’s like giving your samurai a personal touch.
The game has a story mode too, where you can learn about the Aki and Natsu clans. It’s inspired by Japanese culture, offering not just battles but also a bit of a cultural journey.
Lastly, there’s a special offer going on. So, for a limited time, you can get Sclash at a 33% discount on Steam and dive into the online mode. Priced at $6.02 USD / £5.01 / 5,35€. Regular price on Humble Store. Along with support for Linux and Steam Deck via Proton with Windows PC.
So, if you’re into the fast-paced, 2D samurai battles with a samurai twist, it’s worth checking out. And with the Sclash online mode now up, it’s a great time to jump in and test your skills against players everywhere.