Sun. Sep 25th, 2022

Indie developer and publisher Outerminds Inc. said they plan to release a demo for the Turbo Kid in September. If you haven’t seen this one yet, the game is based on the movie 2015 and you’ll have a full-blown title. Seeing that you’ve been doing such a gore of utmost rage throughout the warton, you will have to play an original BMX-powered pixel-art title as well as the title of an absolutely wonderful story. The demo is scheduled for September 26th. It’ll give you a glimpse of what needs to be done; however, there aren’t yet a date for the proper release or even a timescale for when to begin in Early Access. Here’s a little more information, and there’s also the latest trailer.

Credit: Outerminds Inc.

This is the future, the world as we know it is, it’s gone. You are The Kid. A lone warrior traveling to the wasteland. To achieve this goal, you have to step down. For survival, what you are finding and on a route, is a land littered with scoundrels and creeps that you must sometimes traverse literally for a short moment. With their full-mayhem Turbo Glove, you’ll get a little better luck with your quest. Combined with an electric shock, your trusty machete, and then some; take your power and weapons to slash, tear or explode enemies with hysterical and over-the-top splashes of gore!

Run, crawl, jump, hang and walk through the equator for the first time in a metroidvania (don’t if you don’t research this), then bike your way through the highs! You’re given the height of transportation technology, our BMX bike. Move in the map faster, access new areas and practice your bike tricks in order to make preparation for the 2016 Wasteland Olympic Games. No need to have a hidden fence in this game. It’ll be in the touch of a button at the touch of a button whenever you need it.

Just after the events of the movie, a boy in the rage must cross the Wasteland after losing a friend a tragic, bloody fight. On your way, you’ll meet a lot of colorful characters, friends and foes, and other friends who will give advice, quests, fights, and jokes (and lots of jokes). Like the Metroidvanias of old, Turbo Kid allows you to explore the different zones and take on bosses in the order of your taste, favoring exploration and discovery over a linear narrative. In the course of the game, you will be asked to choose between personal and morally based choices that will affect the game process and allow multiple playthroughs with different paths and outcomes.

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