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Windjammers 2 Arcade Mode Revealed


Take a first look at the overhauled Arcade Mode coming to Dotemu’s Windjammers 2.

In this mode, players will be able to take on a gauntlet of matches against AI opponents, along with a number of optional challenges. Those that do well will earn themselves credits, which can help save one from being eliminated if they lose a make. Personalized endings will also be included.

Also coming to the game is Windjammers vet Steve Miller, who serves as a balanced choice. His throws are a bit weaker than the rest of the cast, but he’s agile and can utilize curved shots.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Windjammers 2 – Steve Miller & Arcade Mode reveal

Finally, the team announced that Windjammers 2 will implement rollback netcode that allows for smooth play. A demo that includes this netcode is currently available via the Steam Game Festival, from now through February 9.

You can read our review of the original release here. We stated that it is “a timeless game that is perfect for competitive play.”

Source: Press Release
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