An official selection of 2015’s IndieCade’s eSports Showcase and Magfest’s Indie Game Showcase, as well as the Smithsonian America Art Museum’s Indie Arcade in 2014, Clusterpuck 99 was born out of a love for local multiplayer games.
ClusterPuck 99 can be described as a sporty competitive sports game about sports based on athletics! Grab 8 friends and get ready for a rowdy multiplayer game that can only be experienced on the couch.
PHL Collective was founded in 2014 by industry veteran, Nick Madonna who wanted to start a different kind of studio. Building from Philadelphia’s rich university talent base, PHL Collective has gone on to release and develop games for Cartoon Network, Steam, Xbox One and mobile before their second anniversary as a company.
You can learn more about Clusterpuck99 over on the game’s official website, and you can download it on Steam (and soon Xbox One!) now.