Hover: Revolt of Gamers Impressions (w/ Gameplay) – Quick Kicks


Nia discusses the early access release of Fusty Game’s, Hover: Revolt of Gamers. Celebrated for its bold style and free-run/parkour mechanics, Hover: Revolt of Gamers is most applauded for its recognizance of games like Mirror’s Edge and Jet Set Radio. Although this is only the early access version, Hover: Revolt of gamers is no slouch. It’s pretty impressive thus far – especially for a 3-person team.

Honorable Mentions

Just in case you missed it, here’s the previous installment of Quick Kicks featuring Kickstarter project The Song of Seven.

Quick Kicks is an original bi-weekly series that focuses on Kickstarters, Indiegogo campaigns and Steam Greenlight candidates with the video game world. You will find Quick Kicks here at SheAttack.com as well as SheAttackTV on YouTube.

  • ShadowFang

    Now this is awesome looking! And it’s also how I found this site (was looking up videos on this game after Youtube recommended the video, “Hover: Revolt of Weaaboos”). I like these ‘Quick Kicks’ looks 🙂

    Man, this is one of the most exciting-looking indie games yet! I like seeing indies bring back some new 3D Platformers, I like seeing them bring back some futuristic racers, but I never thought that anyone would try and bring back a Jet Set Radio type game. And pull it off so well! It really sounded promising and looks like they actually pulled it off pretty well so far in Early Access. Even removed from JSR, it looks like a sick game anyway with killer platforming/racing elements, great level design, and cool style. Very exciting! Especially against so many 2D indie games out there using their chunky, ugly pixels. I know good looking 3D ones are out there, but they just don’t come around as often it seems. It’s always nice to see a quality one like this. I really gotta pick this up.