As Christmas gets ever closer and families start to get together, you may find yourself stuck with planning things to do. Luckily, Oh My Godheads is a local multiplayer arena brawler that is suitable for all.
Featuring an unusual mechanic in that flags and bombs, typical with objective-based multiplayer, are replaced by the heads of mythological Gods, Oh My Godheads brings something new to the widening array of local multiplayer titles that are sprouting up from indie developers.
Godheads includes 4 different game modes to choose from to see who reigns supreme and has a vast array of options to tailor the game modes to sit your audience. Add to this 10 different location, 9 characters, cute polygonised graphics and a range of unlockables to keep pushing for, Godheads will warm up any evening this winter!
If you cannot get any of your friends or family to join in then it’s not the end of the world as Godheads has single player trials to test your handling of the skills of various features and attacks in the game. Plus you can add up to 3 CPU players into any of the multiplayer modes so you really have no excuse for winning every single game when you do get people round
If you are still undecided then our review of the game will tell all.
Oh My Godheads is available to download now from the Microsoft Store, priced at £11.99. Let us know in the comments below if you will be picking it up!
A frenetic multiplayer fracas in which 4 players swing pointy swords, sling explosive pies & celebrate victory with exuberant aplomb. Choose from a wide variety of characters and bring the Godhead back to your base – before it unleashes its wrath upon you.
10 Godheads, each with its own game-changing ability to end its bearer’s life – including explosions,
mind control & the ability to freeze foes
Local multiplayer mayhem for up to 4 live & CPU players
10 game-changing locations
9 curious characters are realised in beautiful low-poly stylings
Capture the Head sees 2 teams scramble to secure the Godhead & bring it to the goal
King of the Head removes the goals & teams, & grants victory to whomever holds the head longest; while Headhunters sees the player with the most kills reign supreme & Last Man Standing grants victory to the last player alive
Trials of the Gods pose a series of short solo challenges set forth by the gods