Team17 have partnered with Danish indie developer Adrian Lazar to move windy side-scroller Planet Alpha to PC this year.
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In Planet Alpha, we watchful on a puzzling and outlandish visitor universe that might not be utterly as relaxed as it initial appears. As we try this new, rare planet, we find we rise a ability to stagger and control a planet, adjusting it to your needs.
In growth given 2013, Planet Alpha is a side-scrolling platformer that combines artistic puzzles with secrecy mechanics, on a backdrop of pleasing colours and bizarre creatures – like Abe’s Oddysee churned with No Man’s Sky.
“I am anxious to have found in Team17 a partner who can offer us a resources that we need to move this diversion to a players, though some-more importantly I’m vehement to have a partner that truly believes in Planet Alpha as most as we do,” Adrian Lazar, creator of Planet Alpha, pronounced in a press release. “I can't wait to share a origination with a world.”
Planet Alpha is due for recover on PC and consoles after this year.