Mexican indie developer We The Force has launched the sci-fi brawling puzzle platformer Randall. The new game is available now for PlayStation 4 in North America only, and it’s also available for Windows PC via Steam for $14.99. You can also check out a new trailer in the player below.
Randall is described as a mix of 1984 meets Guacamelee. It’s a “sci-fi brawling puzzle platformer” where players take control of a telepath who has a touch of schizophrenia in a dystopian world that lives under constant surveillance and an absolute dictatorship. In the game, players take part in an uprising and battle it out with enemies, solve puzzles and use telepathic powers. They will get to play as every character on screen, and they can swap between them with all their powers.
Speaking on the launch in an official press release, We The Force founder Cesar Molina stated: “It’s been a long, exciting journey since we first started development of Randall and we’re sure fans will enjoy the game’s brawling platformer gameplay and mind-control features as much as we’ve loved creating them. Brawling platformers are a blast to play and we can’t wait to see how the community takes to Randall.”
The game currently has a 10 percent discount for PlayStation Plus members and Steam users. This also marks the debut title for We The Force. The company’s next project is Kim: The Avenger Cow. With a title like that, it sounds promising.
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