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  1. CaptainBlueSkies

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    Hey guys!


    My name is Bryan, I’m a community manager for Dynasty Feud, the competitive platform brawler! The “The Night Party” DLC is out now on Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux. New spooky characters enter the mix like the deadly David N. the Werewolf; the fast melee fighter Donald the Duke; Mr T. the Pharaoh, a sarcophagus-toting mummy; the punishing potion-user Jekyll the Grad Student; and Zack the Zombie, who uses his head as a projectile weapon!


    Finally settle the arguments with “that” friend about which classic monster is truly the most fearsome of them all.


    Dynasty Feud is a competitive, team-based, fast-paced platform brawler for 2-4 players. Play either local or online and show off your skills with 40 characters, one-hit kills, multiple fighting skills and a lot of style.



    Duke it out with your mates against the forces of evil with a cast of unique characters that each have their own playstyle to master! From melee juggernauts to sneaky snipers – along with invisible ninjas and a TNT-loving cactus – a true Dynasty Master can adapt to any opponent by making the most of each of its family members. Rule the rubble as levels are destroyed in the carnage!


    Dynasty Feud is currently available on Steam for $14.99 - but if you manage to snag it by Halloween you can get it on sale for $4.94! Dynasty Feud will release on PS4 later this year.



    Think you have what it takes to rule your own dynasty and master stylish one-hit kills? If so, follow the links below to find out more on Dynasty Feud and its upcoming Halloween DLC, “The Night Party.”



    Steam:





    DLC Details: http://steamcommunity.com/games/493180/announcements/detail/1462968031131032944
     

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