Megabyte Punch is an electro beat ‘em up game with platforming elements in which you build your own fighter while playing!
Megabyte Punch takes place in a computer universe where you have to protect the Heartcore of your village. You defend your people from the Valk Empire and the dreaded Khoteps in 6 different levels with each 3 stages and a boss fight!
As you travel through the worlds, you battle other creatures to get their parts. Parts have their own powers and bonuses, like gun arms for a shoot ability or powerful hips for a devastating pelvic thrust attack. The whole adventure is playable with up to 4 players at once. Using the abilities of your customized fighter, you can also battle your friends in a destructible arena or you can compete in the tournament to test your own skills.
A hard-edge graphic style to represent the digital world that the ‘Megacs’ live in
6 unique electro-worlds each with their own boss fight
150 parts to collect and almost endless combinations to customize your character
A pumpin’ electro soundtrack
Up to 4 player local co-op and versus mode
Use any amiibo in-game to get exclusive colors for your fighter
For Nintendo Switch™ only: 2 exclusive bonus stages
When Dice was caught by the Shine City Police in the Sewage Facility he was forced to make his escape by dropping straight down into the pipes. Now, the Sewage Facility doesn’t just contain simple waste water. Full of unspeakable toxins and experimental bacteria, Dice soon lost consciousness. Some time passed and in a stroke of luck, Latch detected his lifeless body on his Robo-Sub’s sonar. While in Latch’s care, Dice bandaged his own diseased skin and quickly fled into the darkness as if possessed by some primal instinct. He was spotted destroying his long time rival Doombox in a match not long after.
The alternate ‘cursed’ version of the Late Stage Illmatic is the Lethal Infection colorway:
The signups for Michigan Masters are well underway and we will have some player profile interviews of participants to share!
But, MIMAS2020 is not the only local tournament that weekend. If you can’t make it to Michigan, VOLAN in Knoxville is featuring Lethal League Blaze as well! It has both a singles and doubles bracket scheduled and we are chiming in with the Dice DLC as a prize for every winner.(one for the singles winner, two for the winning team)
The prize pot will be further fueled by the event registration fee of $10 from every participant.
WHERE? 31500 Wick Rd, Romulus, MI 48174, USA Right next to the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport!
WHEN? March 27th-29th 2020 Follow @MIMastersFGC to be notified about the exact schedule.
REGISTRATION The $55 venue registration ends on March 1st! It goes up to $65 for late registrations and $80 at the door.
The ‘Late Stage Illmatic’ and ‘Lethal Infection’ DLC outfits for Dice will come to Steam on February 21st.
We’ve been polling you on your opinions of Lethal League Blaze and character balance for over a year now. It’s time to share some results!
Since community opinions aren’t unanimous and the generated tier list has become even more crowded than before, we picked a format that reflects just how much agreement each placement has.
What’s the verdict? As numbers alone don’t paint the whole picture, we looked through all text submissions as well (you can read some public responses here) and have already decided on two balance changes for an upcoming patch:
Grid is getting his bunt out of special back
Candyman will only gain 1 special bar from chaining the candyball
There are other changes to come. Expect more info when the Dice outfits are released!
The Shadow Surge has arrived on consoles, including Dust and Ashes unlockable outfits ‘Secret King ‑ Iron Grip’ and ‘Anonymous Emperor’. And if that just ain’t enough, the DLC outfits ‘Master of the Mountain’ and ‘Master of the Plains’ are available for purchase as well.
In an attempt to find out more about his past, Raptor tracked a piece of Rex Works equipment back to Citynetics, Shine City’s biggest construction company. After infiltrating the Citynetics factory with the help of Switch, he locked himself in one of the higher offices. Scrambling through some important documents, he noticed the names of the board directors. Reginald, Edgar and Xavier Saur. A loud bang erupted from the door. The guards had him cornered. Having lost his bat along the way, Raptor grabbed what gear he could find and mowed himself through the door.
As usual the pack has two variants:
The Heavyduty R. Evolution colorway. A bright overall with warning sign colors.
The Nightmare Survivalist colorway. A fever dream inspired monster look.
The Shadow Surge Update is live! Once you boot up that sweet LLB, the new character Dust & Ashes is unlocked straight away! But before you do, listen up for the latest in Shine City.
Dust & Ashes
Sentenced to death and hanged. In his final moment he was hit by lightning. The word ‘Dust’ echoed in his mind as he was thrown into a state of limbo between life and death. His shadow was split from his body and turned into an entity called Ashes. Dust carries with him a watch that stopped on the exact time of his execution.
Dust has some spicy angles, an asynchronous special using Ashes and a gameplay mechanic that allows him to float around the stage. Try holding his taunt for some slick stylo.
Special DLC outfit
We’re bringing the big guns with the first special DLC outfits ‘Master of the Mountain’ and ‘Master of the Plains’ for Dust & Ashes.
For DLC we want to do our best to create dope looks that are not out of place in the LL world, instead of your usual popular youtuber skin. If you agree and want to see more, consider dropping a dime or two to support the cause. A big thanks for playing either way!
The Master of the Mountain colorway. An orange-black mountaineering inspired look with the classic red mask.
The Master of the Plains colorway. An off white desert nomad inspired look with a black mask.
A special bird-of-legend version of Ashes for both colorways
Now, on to the full changelist:
Added Dust & Ashes – straight unlocked and ready to go!
Added unlockable outfits ‘Secret King – Iron Grip’ and ‘Anonymous Emperor’ for Dust & Ashes
Added DLC outfits ‘Master of the Mountain’ and ‘Master of the Plains’ for Dust & Ashes
Started a new Ranked season with faster ranking
Added in-air turning by holding up
Added smashing from the ground if you jump on the same frame + double jump at the first frame of smashing
Added a new angle to Latch’s special, down-forward to get a shallow direction
Allowed special buffering when hitting the ball at the very first frame of neutral/smash/spike by using the usual grab input
Big performance optimizations in the stage backgrounds
Made certain outfits a bit cheaper
You can now scroll through outfits with your mousewheel in the lobby
The arcade victory picture has been updated!
Fixed Switch’s flip not activating when holding down but not crouching
Fixed spooky grab deny after successful counter
Fixed Candyman not getting hit on a re-candy parry counter
Disallowed parry after a grab is countered (but not in Teams or Strikers modes)
Toxic’s graffiti doesn’t clash on the same frame with others anymore (advantage to Toxic)
Jet and Doombox are no longer swapped when backing out of their showcase without a mouse
Scoring against yourself in Lethal Volley is now reflected on the summary screen
You can now configure a fourth controller in input options
Powerups no longer move the camera out of retro stage bounds
Player names no longer parse markup
Smash Out 2019
Lethal League Blaze is a side tournament at the charity fighting game event Smash Out on November 16 in St. Louis. And we are donating $5 for every participant!
We have reworked all character models and stages, tweaked visuals and drove over the code with a bulldozer a couple of times to vastly improve performance on Nintendo Switch in both docked and handheld mode. A 1v1 matchmaking mode is added for the competitively minded among a myriad of other fixes. Here’s the full list:
Added 1v1 online mode
Fixed certain un-unlockable outfits
Fixed memory leaks
Higher resolution for docked mode
Correct system language on first start
Character model fixes
Fixed unnecessary server logouts
Tokyo Game Show trip
Part of the team just returned from a trip to Japan. Showing Blaze at Tokyo Game Show and being there while the boxed version released in stores was a blast! Turns out that the Japanese fans are just as hyped up as the fans from everywhere else. The team got showered with gifts, hosted a tournament at the Dutch Embassy, did interviews and had an idol group play our game (peak Japanese right there). We even bought our own game too!
Physical releases are still pretty relevant in the land of the rising sun and Dion has never hidden the fact that he gets a lot of inspiration from Japanese creators. For these reasons it made sense to do a Japan-exclusive special edition for Switch and PS4. However, since the language can be switched ingame and they’re both region free, you can still buy the box from abroad, get the goodies and play it as you would normally. It contains the game, a sticker, an artbooklet and a little Candyman keychain. I’d say it’s a must for collectors.
The Shadow Surge
This other upcoming uptown update will bring along the optimizations from the Nintendo Switch patch WITH of course the boyest of boys, Dust & Ashes. They will, like the rest of the cast, have alternate outfits to unlock and we’re happy to tease one of them today!