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Tape to Tape Demo Available Now on Steam

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Tape to Tape Demo Available Now on Steam

The Tape to Tape demo is available now on Steam featuring a full game between 2 teams. Players can also play via Steam Remote Play with up to 4 people.

Announced last year and scheduled to arrive in December this year, Tape to Tape is a roguelite hockey game where every choice matters on your journey to build the ultimate hockey team. Hire unique players, discover synergies between them, find new abilities, bribe the referees, visit the blademaster for new equipment and a lot more.

The developers recently hosted a Twitch stream if you want to see some gameplay before trying out the demo. They also plan to stream live this evening at 8:00 PM ET.


Start your campaign with a team of average players and a talented protagonist eager to build the best team in the world. As you travel, you will choose between different teams to play against and unique rewards to choose from on your way to hockey dominance. Will you be cautious or choose the risky path…be careful since defeat will send you back to the locker room.


Losing a game may mean the end of your current season but it’s only the beginning for your fledgling team. Visit the blademaster between seasons and grow permanently stronger with better equipment for your upcoming journeys. Exciting opportunities await each time you begin a new season. Players met during your season may even want to join your team permanently.


Combining the sensitive controls of modern hockey games with the fast-paced action of 90’s hockey video games, Tape to Tape is the ultimate simcade experience. One-timers, spin-O-ramas, saucer passes, bone-crushing body checks, spectacular saves, it’s all there!


Challenge up to 5 other friends in a exhibition match or using the tournament mode. The roguelite campaign can also be played cooperatively with a friend!


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  1. A good start, but I hope the developer adds the ability to play with NHL rules and penalties.
    I personally get bored with all out arcade style sports games that eschew all the rules and nuance of the actual sport.

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