Levelhead Coming to Xbox One - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 01 September 2019 / 1,379 Views
Developer Butterscotch Shenanigans announced the sandbox platformer, Levelhead, is coming to the Xbox One alongside the previously announced Nintendo Switch and Windows PC versions.
View a trailer of the game below:
Here is an overview of the game:
Listen up, new employee! The Bureau of Shipping has a bunch of newly formed delivery robots runnin’ around, and someone’s gotta teach them the ropes. That someone is YOU. You’ve got your very own GR-18 and you’ll need to work that little robo through training, then build and share levels with the other Levelheads so we can start dispatching these A.I. across the galaxy!
Welcome to the Levelhead division!
- Master the Challenging Campaign – Take control of GR-18, a delivery robot in-training, as you run, jump, and blast your way across a challenging campaign hand designed by the devs.
- Build Your Own Levels – Hop into the Workshop to create your own levels with hundreds of elements including enemies, hazards, paths, programmable switches, secrets, weather fx, and power-ups.
- Share Your Creations with the World – Publish your levels for the world to enjoy and see your Play Time and Attempts stats rack up! With robust search and subscription, Levelhead makes amassing a following and playing nearly infinite content from around the world a breeze.
- Compete for Speed and Score – Every level comes with a leaderboard – take the top spot and you’ll hold the trophy! But be on the look-out, the competition is fierce and you never know who will be coming for your accolades!
- Couch Co-op – Levelhead lets you play with up to 4 friends on the same couch for some downright hilarious entertainment. And if you want to really reach for those relationship goals, hop into the Workshop with friends and build levels with everyone at once.
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