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Tyler Model 005 Releasing August 21st

 

 

August 6, in the year of our Lord 2018 - Walnut Creek, CA - Video game publisher Maximum Games, in partnership with Reversed Interactive, today announced Tyler: Model 005, a loveable 3D action-platformer set in the 1950s, will be available digitally on Xbox One and Steam for $9.99 on August 21st.

In just a few weeks, players can experience a day in the life of the spunky miniature robot, Tyler. Many years after powering down, Tyler is accidentally powered back on during a riotous thunderstorm and now must discover why his creator is missing and what has happened to his home.

Surrounded by rats, spiders and more, Tyler is faced with a multitude of obstacles and puzzles as he makes his way through a web of mysteries. With light as his power source, Tyler must avoid becoming engulfed in too much darkness or he risks losing power again. And because he is a minuscule robot, normal items take on a completely new dimension in Tyler's world: for example, chairs, stairs and bookshelves are giant impediments. It's up to you to get Tyler through the maze!

Dozens of different enemies will stand in the way of your goal. Luckily, you are equipped with a variety of weapons, from your trusty bolt-blade to boxing gloves, cherry bombs and more. Wear a huge assortment of diverse outfits, from medieval helmets to pixelated eyeglasses, and collect objects that will upgrade your skill tree and help you on your journey.

Tyler: Model 005 will arrive digitally to Xbox One and Steam August 21, 2018 and has been rated "E for Everyone" by the ESRB.

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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