A downloadable game for Windows

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SpiritSphere is a competitive local multiplayer game that draws inspiration from classics like Zelda and Windjammers and mashes it together with the nostalgic feel of playing air hockey at your local arcade.

The game is easy to pick up, but hard hard to master and can quickly lead to heated one-versus-one battles of wits and reflexes as you fight for each point.

NOTE: This game only has local multiplayer ! No online multiplayer is planned

Features

  • Competitive local multiplayer action
  • Fast paced arcade style gameplay
  • Multiple stages, characters and balls to play with
  • Retro flavoured graphics and sound
  • Easy to pick up, hard to master

The download includes a DRM-free copy and a steam key.
You can view the steam page here to see the steam specific features;

http://store.steampowered.com/app/458170

Purchase

Buy Now$7.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

SpiritSphere_WIN.zip 27 MB

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Given that the game's been out on the Switch for a while now, I'll understand if it's not still being looked into. I recently found this game here on itch.io and have been enjoying it. I just have a couple of questions about it, mainly about what seems to be a limited amount of options one has in the game with AI opponents:

1. In Practice mode, are you able to select the AI's difficulty level? As far as I know you can't, which makes them only decent opponents when playing through the 10 stage single-player mode at "Hard" difficulty. At least, to me it feels like they're tougher at that point.

2. Would it be possible in the future to choose what characters the AI plays as and set up 2-on-2 matches with AI in the Practice mode?

3. Could there be an option to play the "Squash" mode with AI opponents? It sucks being limited to doing it every so often in the 10 stage single-player mode.

4. About the Dark Sphere, would it be possible to perhaps have an option to toggle on/off the highlight for where the real sphere is? I'd understand that some people may not like this (which is why I'm requesting it as an option), but the highlight just makes the sphere's gimmick useless I'm my opinion, as I can always keep track of where the real one is.

5. With your permission, I'd like to showcase this game and one you made a while back called Dungeon of Trials on my YouTube channel I've started working on. I've been looking for small indie titles to feature on my YouTube channel to raise awareness for them, and I enjoy playing both of these games.

Actually, the switch is getting SpiritSphere DX tomorrow! (an enhanced version of the PC version). This version will be exclusive to switch for a while, but will probably make it towards the PC version at some point in the future). 

 1: This is not possible right now, but it's there in the DX version.

2: The DX version has character select, but no 2vs2 for AI. The DX version does have a 3 player mode, in case you have trouble finding a 4th player.

3: Not possible right now, but once again, available in the DX version.

4: That's the point of the sphere though! Paying close attention to which one the real one is.  

 5: Yeah of course, go right ahead!  

 Sorry that I have to tease you with all the DX version features, but it's a big addon to the base game. I hope you will still have fun with this version though!

Whoops, I probably should've checked the details on the Switch release before assuming it was already out :\ 

I understand if you're just trying to promote the Switch version of the game, so it's no big deal. I reckon someone who actually has a Switch would be better suited to show off all of the game's features, new and old. But I had prepared a Dungeon of Trials video beforehand, so I guess I'll upload that now.

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This game looks dope

Looks like so much fun :D