Tape To Tape Press Kit

Welcome! Here you'll find up-to-date assets for Tape To Tape


Tape to Tape is a roguelite hockey game where every choice matters on your journey to build the best hockey team. Choose your path, hire unique players, discover synergies between them, find new abilities, bribe the referees or visit the Blademaster while you progress toward the major leagues.







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Key Features

  • A deep unique Roguelite campaign in a sports game
  • Tinker with your lineup and abilities, find player synergies, test different team archetypes, options are limitless!
  • Losing is fun, new opportunities await each time you begin a new run
  • Roguelite mechanics, your team is gradually improving as you are playing
  • A deep and unique simcade experience. The game combines the smooth and responsive controls of modern games with the fast-paced action of 90’s hockey games.
  • Innovative goaltenders will react organically to any shot, deflected puck or rebound. Goals never feel unfair.
  • Players have to adapt and react to what they are seeing on the ice instead of always scoring the same ways as seen in other sports games.
  • Local, couch and Steam remote play multiplayer for up to 4 players
  • Campaign can be played cooperatively
  • Unique gorgeous blend of hand-drawn 2D sprites and animations in a 3D environment.

Press Contact

Any questions? Contact Mike or Michael for all of your Tape To Tape needs!

Mike Towndrow

Mike Towndrow

Account Manager, Vicarious PR

Michael Brown

Co-founder & CEO, Vicarious PR



About Excellent Rectangle

Excellent Rectangle is a small independent studio launched by a team of three sports fanatics with a shared passion for innovative and visually unique video games. The studio was founded in October 2020 by Hugo Julien who was convinced to leave his public service employee's pension plan to make games by his lifelong acolytes Jean-Nicolas and Mathieu Fortin. Excellent Rectangle is based in Quebec City, Canada in the land of hockey sticks and where syrup is made from maple.