Indie Pogo

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Indie Pogo is a crossover fighting video game developed and published by Lowe Bros. Studios. It is currently in closed alpha-beta and will release for Windows through Steam and PS4 in early 2018, with a later port for Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. It is crowdfunded through Kickstarter and the project has been collaborated with various indie game studios.


The gameplay mechanics are inspired from Super Smash Bros.[1], but the characters auto-jump every time. Each character must try to either deal damage to deplete others' health, or to knock them off from the stage to earn coins. Earning enough coins will let you use the character's super move, which does high damage.


All the characters are from various indie games from the collaborating studios. They are present either as playable characters like Shovel Knight from the eponymous Shovel Knight series, Orcane from Rivals of Aether, or as cameos (which may also include OCs of people from Kickstarter pledgers), which can be unlocked as trophies and can be seen cheering during matches. The stages are also based on the locations from indie games like Flappy Bird and Runbow.

External links

  • "Feature: Learn More About Indie Pogo, a Quirky Brawler Featuring Iconic Nindies" (in en-GB). Nintendo Life. 2017-10-01.