Shiftlings (PS4 / Xbox One / PC) – Orientation Trailer Released by Sierra [HD 1080P / 60 Frames Per Second]

Shiftlings is an upcoming single player / two-player co-op physics puzzler from publisher Sierra Games being showcased in a new orientation trailer today that shows some of the ways to get F.I.R.E.D. during your first, second, third, or probably five hundredth attempt at the job. This game will be released on Windows PC and PS4 March 3, 2015 but also the next day on March 4th for the Xbox One. Rocket Pocket Games are the developers behind this one, and offer up their own perspective on the game at their Shiftlings Website in addition to the Sierra Shiftlings Website but if you’re a parent I’ll save you some trouble and let you know this game is rated T for Teen and appears to be pretty clean, wacky humor set to an accomplishable but challenging pace.

Opposing Forces: A large character and small character with varying weights face off in puzzles as they are tied to each other, bounce on top of each other, roll around, leap from area to area, push, pull, and figure out how to complete the mission at hand.

Game Features / Info:

– Genre: Physics Puzzle Game

– Over 50 Levels

– Play the game with 1 Player or 2 Players as a co-op experience

– Achievements / Trophies

– Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC

– Release Date: March 3, 2015 (PS4/PC), March 4, 2015 (XO)

Excerpt from the Official Press Release:

“This new in-game footage shows our two heroes, tethered together by a single air hose, inflating and deflating their way across the very many traps and challenges that Zomegacorp is in no way liable for! You’ll get plenty of encouraging tips from the announcer, who we can assure you takes no pleasure in narrating the Shiftlings’ pitfalls and missteps across over 50 levels of single-player or two-player cooperative adventure!”

Orientation Trailer [HD 1080P / 60 FPS]:

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