Dynasty Feud is a competitive, team based, fast-paced platform brawler for 2-4 players. Play either local or online and show your skills with 40 characters, one-hit kills, multiple fighting skills and a lot of style.

  • Up to 4 players.

  • 40 characters, 8 dynasties.

  • Dynamic levels.

  • Engaging 2D art style.

  • Easy to play, hard to master gameplay.


Colonists on the West Coast of the Americas, the Cartwrongs were an important trading family, even owning a bank at one point. Sadly, they were also bank robbers, and their fortune turned when, after a specially long night, they messed up and robbed their own bank. To this day you can find descendants of the Cartwrongs, but they are much more boring people now.

A fearsome norse clan that ruled the waves for over two centuries before their demise. In the sagas it’s written that they went down fighting a sea serpent, but those in the know tell tales of a dispute over a shipment of ale between the two elders, and a younger generation that was more interested in music than fighting.

The Nekoyama clan is not really that ancient, despite appearances. In reality, it’s a cosplay ensemble that is taking its hobby just a little bit too seriously. Currently hiding from a capture order issued by the Japanese police after they got involved in a fight with fans of mecha anime. Turns out their katanas were real.

Not to be outdone by pirate ships with a similar name, the crew of The Fancier voted to add a superlative to the ship’s name. However, despite their obvious ambition and want of fame, the crew didn’t really profit too much under the captainship of Anne. Some say she paid too much attention to her parrot when discussing tactics, and her parrot might have been a British spy.

Everybody knows the legends about the mythical House of Arthur. However, what people don’t realize is that the legends are not exactly accurate. Merlin didn’t exist, at least not as we think of him. He was Arthur’s imaginary friend from childhood, who he kept believing in up until old age. Most people thought Arthur was a little bit nuts and only stood the stories of mages, dragons and battles because, well, he was the king.

The Uurg Aaarg (the society for the advancement of sports and games) is a now forgotten prehistoric clan responsible for inventing sports as we know them. Games were known before their time, but used as a competition to settle serious disputes. The Uurg Aarg innovation was to play “just for fun” and introduced betting on the side (hey, they needed a means of income if they were to spend their days playing). The clan disappeared after claims of match fixing by some prominent members came to the surface.

The People of the Sun were a not very well known aztec dynasty that was rumored to deal directly with the Gods that came from the Sun (actually aliens dealing in counterfeit merchandise). However, their deals were not exactly the most profitable, and instead of gaining technology that would give them an edge against compèting dynasties, they traded all their gold for processed chocolate. In their defense, it did taste really good.

Project X-22 was set up to unleash the full potential of the human mind. Under the command of The Colonel, the project made huge strides forward very soon. However, the researchers soon discovered that a fully unleashed human mind would just decide to spend all the time playing boardgames and reading, so the project was quickly shut down to preserve human civilization.