MisBits, the multiplayer game that has players finding and swapping bodies for your head, arrives on Steam Early Access.
MisBits comes to Steam Early Access this week. The colorful, frantic, and fun multiplayer game from 3BlackDot is a quick-paced adventure where you mismatch toy heads with different, changeable bodies which results in an ever-changing play style. MisBits is currently only available on Steam Early Access and retails for $14.99, with the full game launching on PC this summer.
Roll, switch, and control your toy head through the game’s maps to find or steal different bodies. Each mismatch provides unique abilities that directly changes the way you play. MisBit’s maps contain various items to acquire such as weapons and hazards like traps to avoid. The game includes a variety of modes. In the future, new bodies, heads, skins and modes will be added. One of the new modes will be ToyBox, which is a Dreams-light creation experience that allows players to build new mini-games or alter maps and modes with their own rules.
MisBits multi-player mini-games range from 2 to 6 players depending on the map or mode. The exploration areas and the building tools can be played solo. The game was featured at PAX East and was a finalist for DreamHack Anaheim’s Indie Rumble.
Here’s a rundown of all the game modes included with MisBits from the official press release:
Playhouse–roll from room to room, try different head/body combos, play mini games, and discover hidden secrets.
Deathmatch–knock competitor heads off their bodies, or just take them out for points, street cred, and MisBits fame.
Team Deathmatch – all the deathmatch fun played in teams!
Kick Brawl–best described as “combat-style soccer,” compete to score goals where heads – and the ball – will roll!
Arcade–curated, ever growing, collection of custom maps designed for new challenges like death runs, racing, King-of-the-Hill and many more. New ones added every week!
ToyBox (coming soon!)–our game creator system gives you access to every in-game asset, to build your own experiences or edit existing maps/modes with your rules.