If you want the chance to virtually protect your cherrie from angry chinas, upcoming South African ‘m**ring game’ Boet Fighter may be for you
- A small team of Johannesburg charnas have come together to build a most unique South African "m**ring video game".
- Called ‘Boet Fighter’ you will need to protect your cherrie from angry boets and chinas.
- The game has been artfully crafted after the much-loved 2-D style "beat em ups" of the 1990s.
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A small team of Johannesburg charnas have come together to build a unique South African "m**ring video game".
Locally-made “Boet Fighter” is loaded with fantastically over-muscled Fourways booitjies barging their way through South African rugby games, bars, and gyms in the search for a lost "cherrie".
A video teaser of the much-anticipated indie game designed by Cali4ways Games, dropped on August 20 outlining several bone-breaking scenarios for lead character Hard Eddy and his Springbok-fanboy wingman Modise. Their mission is to find a girlfriend who went missing after meeting a mysteriously good-looking – and equally muscular – rival.
The trailer hints that that the game could release on gaming platform Steam as soon as this month, and you can already add it to your wish list – though the price is yet to be announced.
The game has been artfully crafted after the much-loved 2-D style "beat em ups" of the 1990s, like Golden Axe, but with much higher steroid-driven testosterone levels.
Last year the team released a video sample of the game play:
Humour is a core element in the game as well as with the Cali4ways Games team:
The game could be just be the next big thing on the South Africa gaming map given the hype surround its very deliberate over-the-top South African stereotypes.
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