GamesBeat writes, "The best games can make people of any skill level crowd around a television and lose themselves for hours. One of them is Super Smash Bros. Another is TowerFall.
The connection isn’t a coincidence. Matt Thorson grew up playing Nintendo’s local-multiplayer fighter with his friends. His archery-arena game, TowerFall, stands out as one of the best titles on the Android microconsole Ouya. Both are highly addictive and make for fast-paced, competitive play that never feels the same twice. That’s why people have been playing Smash Bros. for years.
TowerFall: Ascension, an enhanced version of the original (with more modes, levels, and power-ups), is coming March 11 for PlayStation 4 and PC. It’s the Super Smash Bros. of the indie scene, but it could be a lot bigger."