Divekick knocked back into summer

Leaps onto Steam Greenlight.

Comically simple two-button fighting game Divekick has been pushed back to summer, developer Iron Galaxy Studios has announced. It was originally set for spring.

Creator Adam "Keits" Heart noted the delay will not affect its presence at NorCal Regionals 2013, and it will use the data collected there to improve the game further, according to Shoryuken.

Elsewhere, Iron Galaxy has launched a Steam Greenlight page for Divekick in hopes of bringing the game to Valve's popular portal.

Divekick is also coming to PS3 and Vita in the same time-frame as its PC counterpart.

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