Madrid, Spain, April 21, 2021.
The Spain-based indie games publisher Bumble3ee Interactive and indie games developer NeoBird today announced with great pride and delightment that their twin-stick puzzle platformer “World-Splitter” is now available for PC via Steam, PS4 via PSN, and the Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo Eshop (the Xbox one version will be released later this year).
“World-Splitter” includes plenty of brain-twisting content for puzzle enthusiasts, including a roughly 10-hour single-player campaign with 60 different mind-boggling stages, 10 local two player co-op missions for pairs, settings for restricted win conditions, a medal system, time-based challenges for speedrunners, and more.
“World-Splitter fuses intelligent enigma with approachable, imaginative design that anyone can enjoy,” says Martin Schiele, CEO at NeoBird.
“We hope puzzle fans spend hours shifting rifts to find perfect solutions, that co-op players share a laugh while putting their heads together, and that speedrunners experience the thrill of completing a stage one millisecond faster than their closest rival.”
Players must use a twin-stick control scheme to smartly position and rotate dimensions while figuring out a route to each stage’s exit. As they progress from one level to the next, they must use interactive objects like levers, mechanical platforms, portals, and gravity fields to save as many critters as they can while avoiding enemies.
World-Splitter is out now for $19.99 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. For more information about World-Splitter, follow Bumble3ee Interactive on Twitter, subscribe to the publisher on YouTube, follow the publisher on Instagram, like NeoBird on Facebook, and visit the developer’s official website.
About Bumble3ee Interactive
Based in Spain, Bumble3ee Interactive is an up-and-coming interactive entertainment publisher for PC and consoles. The publisher was formed to share Europe’s genre-defying indie games with the world.
As the studio responsible for roguelike hack-and-slash arena fighter Infinite Dronin, mobile tower defense title Idle Dungeon Heroes, and upcoming puzzle platformer World-Splitter, NeoBird is best known for its versatility. Aside from developing interactive entertainment for PC, consoles, and mobile devices, the Germany-based studio utilizes its programming expertise for the planning, conception and development of complex individual software.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
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