As part of SEGA’s 60th anniversary, the company has been pumping out some big sales and a few free minigames. One of them is a cancelled Golden Axe sequel, dubbed Golden Axed (ha), originally developed by Australian developers Eccentric Ape.
The game was created back in 2012 within two weeks of crunching and arguments with the produer. The Twitter thread of Tim Dawson shares a lot of interesting information about what the game was supposed to be, and the reason for its cancellation.
Alongside the other free-to-play mini-games currently being released by SEGA, the game will only be playable for a limited amount of time. You can play this until 5pm GMT on October 20th. After that, they’ll disappear from your Steam library.