February 7th, in the year of our Lord 2017 -
The Splashteam and The Sidekicks are proud to announce that
Splasher is now available for PC, Mac and Linux. As a reminder,
Splasher a 2D platformer with unique arcade/action gameplay. It
offers gamers challenges that require agility, speed and fast
reflexes, and is set in a crazy cartoon universe.
"The Splashers are in great danger! The quiet and peaceful workers from Inkorp are being led to their doom by the greedy Docteur, the paint factory's evil boss. A young hero rises to fight for what's right. Armed with a splatter cannon, he launches an attack in order to save the Splashers and stand up to the dictator. His amazing paint cannon grants him color superpowers; he can stick to the wall, bounce, or attack enemies. To help him succeed in his noble mission and put an end to the madness, you’ll have to put your skills and reflexes to the test and face whatever the factory throws at you."
FISTFUL OF INK
Use different paint colors to stick to walls and roofs, bounce high in the air, and trick your opponents.
MASTER CHALLENGING LEVELS
Brave the traps and beat the gigantic factory's security devices. Learn from your mistakes to find the best path and get the best time in order to perfect the level.
TIME ATTACK & SPEEDRUN
Challenge gamers from around the globe with your best times, and share your scores on the leaderboards.
Splasher is the first indie project from Romain Claude, former Game Designer and Level Designer at Ubisoft. He gathered a small, talented team, including Richard Vatinel a.k.a Gromy, Art Director, and Aymeric Schwartz, composer and sound designer, to create Splasher. The game was also developed in partnership with famous speedrunners.
The dev team is now focusing on Playstation 4 and Xbox One version, planned for release next Spring.
Splasher is available on Steam and most digital retailers at $14.99/14.99€ for the regular edition and $19.99/19.99€ for the Collector Edition (including OST, High-Res Artworks and a special Retrospective pack including all the demo since the first prototype). During the first days, gamers will enjoy special discount offers at various retailers, including a 20% off on Steam.
The game is available in 9 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Korean and Chinese.
No word on a physical copy of this game at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.