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MechRunner, An endless action game that casts you as a powerful mech in stunning cinematic battles, is coming to PlayStation 4, Vita, and PC in July, developer Spark Plug Games has announced.

MechRunner is an endless-style action game mixed with fast and furious mode-changing mech action,” the developer explains. “It is a “runner” in that the player is constantly moving forward while tracking down lethal O.S.O. forces but what makes it special is that you’re piloting a giant robot capable of some serious destruction!

“Other endless runners feature action elements, but none like this. Heat seeking missiles, heavy caliber bullets, laser cannons, and concussion bombs meet destructible buildings, debris littered streets, and tons of slice-able enemies to create a fast paced, visually stunning experience!”

The game is basically complete and ready to, but Spark Plug is taking to Kickstarter to help polish the game before launch. “MechRunner has been in development for a little over a year now and we’re excited to finally present it to the world! The game is feature complete, fully playable, and in its final stages before we launch in July 2014,” the developer wrote on Kickstarter.

“We could just stick a bow on it and kick it out the door, but we love it too much. It deserves a strong finish and so we’d be thrilled to have YOUR support as we put all of the polish and TLC into this game that we can before launch.”

Spark Plug is looking for $25,000, and has currently raised $2,990.

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MechRunner coming to PC, PS4, and Vita

By Matthew Bennett | 04/16/2014 06:59 AM PT

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MechRunner, An endless action game that casts you as a powerful mech in stunning cinematic battles, is coming to PlayStation 4, Vita, and PC in July, developer Spark Plug Games has announced.

MechRunner is an endless-style action game mixed with fast and furious mode-changing mech action,” the developer explains. “It is a “runner” in that the player is constantly moving forward while tracking down lethal O.S.O. forces but what makes it special is that you’re piloting a giant robot capable of some serious destruction!

“Other endless runners feature action elements, but none like this. Heat seeking missiles, heavy caliber bullets, laser cannons, and concussion bombs meet destructible buildings, debris littered streets, and tons of slice-able enemies to create a fast paced, visually stunning experience!”

The game is basically complete and ready to, but Spark Plug is taking to Kickstarter to help polish the game before launch. “MechRunner has been in development for a little over a year now and we’re excited to finally present it to the world! The game is feature complete, fully playable, and in its final stages before we launch in July 2014,” the developer wrote on Kickstarter.

“We could just stick a bow on it and kick it out the door, but we love it too much. It deserves a strong finish and so we’d be thrilled to have YOUR support as we put all of the polish and TLC into this game that we can before launch.”

Spark Plug is looking for $25,000, and has currently raised $2,990.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89