Factsheet

Developer:
napalmtree
Based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Release date:
TBA

Platforms:

Website:
playtiedtogether.com

Regular Price:
-

Description

Tied Together is a game about 4 players which have to escape, but there is one catch, they are tied together by a rope. Because of this rope, players are totally dependent on each other. For example: If someone falls in the lava, most likely everybody will fall in the lava. If someone doesn’t jump, they will fail the jump because the rope is too short. This rope is the core of our gameplay, which is fast, chaotic and challenging. The game requires 4 players, some co-op skills and no weak links!

History

Prototype created at the GGJ 2015, we thought it was a fun game but we didn’t really know what we had in our hands until we got it in front of players and we received so many positive reactions. We then decided to develop it further. These player reactions is the power of Tied Together. People pick up a controller and instantly have fun, not only the players but also the people watching the game. To us this is what games should be about!

Features

  • Players tied together by a rope
  • 4 player local multiplayer
  • 25 levels

Videos

Trailer YouTube


Images

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logo

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About napalmtree

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We are a Dutch independent studio, Starting in the game industry with creating Unreal mods like Angel's Fall First, Renegade-X and creating XBLA/PSN games we decided to create our own indie games.

More information
More information on napalmtree, our logo & relevant media are available here.


Tied Together Credits

Luuk Waarbroek
Game development & Game designer, napalmtree

Ivo Geelhoed
Game Designer & Level Designer, Freelance

Audio dude 1
Artist, Freelancer

Audio dude 2
Artist, Freelancer

Artist X.
Music, Freelancer

Contact

Inquiries
luuk@napalmtree.nl

Web
napalmtree.nl


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