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We’ve seen some games from the Independent Games Festival go on to become XBLA games with Rotastic being the last example from being a finalist this year. For 2012 …
Rotastic was developed by Dancing Dots and published by Focus Home Interactive. It was released September 21, 2011 for 800 MSP. A copy was provided for review purposes.
Action-puzzler Rotastic has been teasing us for a while with hilarious pictures and a steady stream of multiplayer info. The only controls in the game are the A button and the bumpers, which are just enough to let you grab on to pivots and change the direction you’re spinning. Armed with this knowledge, you’ll take to the skies to gather up crystals, evade monsters, battle enemies, flick switches, explode birds, and collect helmets made of progressively more expensive rocks. So what did we think after completing the 60-some levels and playing a bunch of the multiplayer? Read on!
With a simple gameplay hook, great style and presentation, Rotastic has a lot going for it through its simplicity. The launch trailer seen above shows off the crux of …
Dancing Dots has released new screenshots of it’s upcoming action-puzzle game Rotastic showcasing the game’s multiplayer. The game’s Deathmatch Mode pits you against three friends as you attempt to swing around and slice the ropes of your opponents sending them falling to their digital death. Read on for details on the other multiplayer modes and five new screenshots of the frantic multiplayer action!
Focus Home Interactive and Dancing Dots have announced that their action-puzzle game Rotastic will be making its XBLA debut on September 21. In exchange for 800 Microsoft Points, players get access to nearly 70 levels of single-player action, as well as four-player local multiplayer. In anticipation of Rotastic‘s release, enjoy four new screenshots after the jump and the most recent trailer for the game here.
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Rotastic is being developed by Dancing Dots and published by Focus Home Interactive. It whirls its way onto the Xbox 360 Arcade later this year in September. What’s Rotastic you ask? Well it’s a jumping, spinning, collecting, multiplayer good time. Don’t take our word for it, just pres play on the trailer above to see all the crazy mayhem for yourself.
Check out the official Rotastic website here and some screenshots after the jump.