IKEMEN Go is a free, open-source engine for creating fighting games. In many ways, the platform has become the spiritual successor of MUGEN, which also included the option of online battles. These advances have allowed the product to get noticed and caught the attention of many independent fighting game creators in recent years.
Fantasma has finally announced that they will improve the experience of using the product by integrating the long-awaited rollback netcode, which all creators in the genre are striving for today, to ensure a minimum delay between players' actions, regardless of their location.
IKEMEN Go Rollback Open Alpha will be available today - Friday, January 20th. The feature will be based on IKEMEN Go 0.99 and work with all IKEMEN Go's builds and IKEMEN Go FullGames. More information about the testing will appear today on the project Fantasma Twitter, which you can find via the link.