Max: The Curse of Brotherhood was developed by Press Play and published by Microsoft Game Studios. It was released on December 20, 2013 for $14.99. An Xbox One copy was provided for review purposes.
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a 2.5D puzzle platformer in which players take on the role of Max, a young boy who uses a curse on his annoying brother, Felix, and then has to rescue him when the curse turns out to be real. Players are equipped with a handy marker that can alter the environment, helping them to solve interesting puzzles in their quest to save Felix from the evil Mustachio.
Complaining that there are not enough games on your Xbox One? Well, last week brought you Peggle 2 and tomorrow brings you Max: The Curse of the Brotherhood.
Copenhagen-based development studio Press Play has announced that Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will keep it in the family by extending the adventure to the Xbox 360’s younger sibling, …
Do you have an annoying younger brother who you just wish would go away sometimes? Max sure knows the feeling, and one day he decided to do something about it. After finding a curse online to make his little brother Felix disappear he gets more than he bargained for when his brother is kidnapped by evil forces. Armed only with a magic marker, Max goes on a perilous journey to undo his actions and save his brother.
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is an upcoming side-scrolling platformer developed by Press Play. Players will control Max as he treks through dangerous locals including deserts, jungles, bogs and ancient temples. As he progresses on his adventure, Max’s magic marker will gain amazing powers. Players will draw platforms, vines, water and more with the marker to help Max solve environmental puzzles. Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will be available this spring for 1200 MSP. XBLAFans will have a hands-on preview with the game during PAX East, so be sure to check back here after the show to find out more.