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Carried Away Announced



London, Thursday August 2nd, in the year of our Lord 2018 - Curve Digital and Hugecalf Studios have partnered up to lift constructor puzzler, Carried Away, out of Steam Early Access and send it skidding onto Nintendo Switch. In Carried Away, you must construct ski-themed courses - rigging chair lifts, gondolas, and ramps - to get your skiers and snowmobile drivers to the finish line without them tumbling down a ravine.

The snowy physics builder has enjoyed a warm reception on Steam Early Access, managing a ‘Very Positive” rating for its pre-V1.0 reviews. The developers at Hugecalf are now completing the construction, adding the finishing touches, and laying down solid foundations for the final release in Early 2019. The price of Carried Away will increase in a few weeks to also better reflect the final updates of the game. Please keep an eye on Curve’s channels for more info.

“We’re really delighted to have this partnership with Hugecalf Studios” said Simon Byron, Publishing Director at Curve Digital. “This will allow Hugecalf time to concentrate on making the final version of Carried Away as good as it can be, while we will be able to provide expert help and guidance for this final push.”

"We're super happy to be working with Curve and can't wait to get the final game to the public," said Jonny Hughes, Producer and Game Designer for Hugecalf Studios.

So strap on your skis, grab your tools, and bring some bandages because things are bound to get Carried Away when the charming constructor puzzler releases for Nintendo Switch and Steam in Early 2019.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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