The competitive multiplayer game Mad Machines sounds a lot like hockey—if hockey was played by "panzer-plated robot gladiators" using a giant, magnetic ball made of spikes instead of a slab of frozen rubber. Developed by Danish studio Hero Blocks, it features 3v3 action with a heavy emphasis on teamwork, and no small amount of bloodlust. (Yup, that's hockey.)
Three models of gladiator will be playable in Mad Machines—the quick, agile Chopper, the massive, hard-hitting Viking, and the balanced, adaptable Ship—each of them protected by armor that can be damaged or destroyed during matches. As the individual armor plates fall off, the "puny stickman" inside the hulking behemoth will be exposed, Buy Rocket League Credits enabling the competitor to be knocked out of the game—permanently.
The similarity to Rocket League is obvious, Rocket League Credits but the ability to shred your opponent's armor and take them out of the game promises to add a fun layer of strategy: Do you play the puck or the man? Except in this case, instead of throwing a hip check at the blue line you basically have to punch out Megatron, which may or may not be the thing to do if everyone else is going for quality shots on goal.