Open beta test begins for Plain Sight

Indie PC game opens doors for two weeks.

Local heroes Beatnik Games have started an open beta test for their hybrid deathmatch platform game, Plain Sight. You can download the game from the official website.

Plain Sight is an independent release for PC which, since it's developed using XNA, Beatnik hopes to make available for Xbox 360 as well at some point.

In the game, players' cartoon robot avatars bound around small spheroid levels in the style of Mario Galaxy. They kill each other for points and then multiply and bank those by blowing themselves up, in a kamikaze score-attack mechanic reminiscent of Kenta Cho's Every Extend games.

Servers are only open until February 8th, so get your free play in now. Plain Sight is expected to cost around GBP 10 when it launches. In the meantime, take a look at our screenshot gallery.

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