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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:56pm 15/07/16 | 2 Comments
Which means that of course it's being published by Adult Swim. Out July 26 for PC and PS4, Headlander is the latest game from Double Fine. The studio behind hits like Psychonauts, Broken Age, Massive Chalice, and the recent Day of the Tentacle remake. A new gameplay video has debuted for what may be the studio's first side-scroller, and it all makes as much sense story-wise as the heading above.

In terms of the game itself its pretty easy to follow the action as you seem to be in control of a severed astronaut head that can switch bodies and take control of robots. And fly through narrow passages like the spaceship from R-Type.

Headlander is a retro-futuristic, side scrolling, action-adventure game set in a world inspired by 70’s science fiction. It is a world of automation, a utopia gone wrong in which all of humanity have transferred their minds into robotic imposter bodies and are ruled by a deranged computer.

You are the last known human in the universe, and all that's left of you is a disembodied head. Seeking clues to your fractured past, you must travel through a hostile world of machines, using a special helmet that allows you to dock into and take control of any robotic host body. As you launch from one body to the next, you'll start to discover that things are not quite what they appear to be, and the fate of humanity has yet to be decided...

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Mr Solis
Posted 03:23am 16/7/16
I wouldn't say this was Double Fine's first side scroller; The Cave was also a side scrolling platformer.
Posted 06:57pm 17/7/16
Another up and coming abandonware product. Wouldn't touch a DF game until it's fully released and reviewed.
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