It took indie developer D-Cells just 15 hours to fully fund their upcoming musical title, Unbeatable, on Kickstarter, as they demolished their goal of $ 55,000. And honestly, it’s not hard to see why the game was funded so quickly, as the two-button rhythm game is sleek and addicting.
In this indie, players control Beat, a pink-haired musician who finds herself entangled in the middle of a web of mysteries. To get things back to normal, she needs to come up with a setlist for an upcoming show that will turn this world upside down, hoping the music will be legal again.
D-Cells describes the game on its Kickstarter as half exploration and half arcade action:
You will explore the game world, meet terrible people and create a setlist for your next concerts. Help strangers, train with group mates, and sleep all day. The gameplay is crisp arcade rhythm fueled by an all-original soundtrack. It’s simple but frantic – of course there are only two buttons, but there is a lot of visual variety in setpiece style battles.
More casual gamers can also enjoy the dope beats and colorful vibe that Unbeatable has to offer, as the game offers an assist mode, along with other useful accessibility options.
The first “parallel episode demo”, titled Unbeatable [white label], will be available on Steam Wednesday and will feature six songs. The game will continue to be updated in the future, with new story content and beatmaps that will eventually form a full standalone narrative.
For more information, or if you would like to donate to the game, be sure to head over to Unbeatable’s official Kickstarter page. There you will find a lot of interesting development information, as well as different levels at which you can donate.