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Super GMA






SUPER GMA is a 2D retro style fighting game where classic and modern gamers duke it out in a 8-bit pixel smashing and clashing adventure.

The game features an new energy system that allows you to regain more energy the more you fight. Even when your on the ropes and have the last piece of energy left, all you have to do to stay in the game is to keep fighting.

Take on a journey that pits you against the fiercest warriors across the nation. Don't even think for one second this will be easy. If you're really that good as you claim, take on your friends and rivals in the local multiplayer mode to earn your rightful ranking.

There's a world where your skills, techniques, and wits are out to the test against any challenger or rival you encounter. A world where 8 combatants are on a quest to emerge as the true GMA champion and uncover their true destinies. A world where the smallest piece of strength you possess can help you against all odds. However, that world is SUPER GMA (Giga Martial Arts).




  • INCREASE YOUR POWER AS YOU BATTLE FIERCE OPPONENTS
  • PLAY AGAINST YOUR FRIENDS AND RIVALS IN THE LOCAL MULTIPLAYER MODE
  • USE YOUR WITS AND BEST GAMEPLAY SKILLS TO BECOME THE REAL GMA CHAMPION
  • GIVE YOUR CPU OPPONENTS A RUN FOR THEIR PROCESSING POWER
  • KICK SOME SERIOUS PIXELS
  • FIGHT FOR HONOR, LOVE, GLORY, SURVIVAL, AND PRIDE
  • KNOCK YOUR OPPONENTS ACROSS THE VIRTUAL ARENA
  • FIGHT YOUR WAY THROUGH OVER 8 LEVELS OF NONSTOP SMASHING AND BASHING ACTION
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

So. I adore indie games. By far my favorite genre. And while I can get into some of the more main stream titles out there, there's nothing quite like playing a game that a small group of people, if not just one person, pours their heart into.
Super GMA is an 8-bit fighting game with 8 characters to choose from. And that could have been all that was put into it, but it isn't. Each character gets their own unique backstory in the campaign and once you beat it, you get to see the resolve to their story. Everything that you see and hear during the game was done by one person and that is where this game gets it's charm. Great music, with an interesting twist on fighting games where once you hit the enemy, you gain a bit of health back. Nice fair fighting. I have yet to play the local multiplayer but I look forward to doing so.
The punching sound effects are also very satisfying.
A recent update went into the game making it a nice and challenging arcade mode. It's legitimately very enjoyable when you get a KO. I plan to beat the mode with every character. A nice touch is the ability to add your name next to your high score at the end.
All of this being made by one person makes me very excited to see what they come up with for games in the future.