Frogmind Games has announced it will be bringing its action-adventure game Badland to multiple platforms this spring with Badland: Game of the Year Edition.
Initially released in 2013 on tablets, the game is a mix of physics-based gameplay with varying level designs and power-up featuring cloning, growing and slowing down time.
Badland is set in a forest where you are tasked with controlling a flying creature, Clony, to find out what is going down in the world and solve imaginative traps, puzzles, and obstacles.
The controls have been expanded for the analog stick which means players can now fly backwards and control flying speed.
It also contains four times more content than the original did at launch with 100 single-player levels which will take around 15 hours to complete. There are another 100 co-op and 27 multiplayer deathmatch stages to partake in when using four-person local multiplayer mode.
The PlayStation versions will support Cross Buy and Cross Save.
Badland: Game of the Year Edition will be made available at some point this spring on Linux, Mac, PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Wii U, Vita, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
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