Double Fine to publish Knights and Bikes

Playable at Day of the Devs this weekend.

Knights and Bikes

Double Fine Productions will publish Knights and Bikes, the crowd-funded co-op action adventure game from Foam Sword Games, the company announced.

The game, from the minds of Rex Crowle (Tearaway and LittleBigPlanet) and Moo Yu (LittleBigPlanet and Ratchet & Clank) is set on a fictional British island in the late 1980s. Players take on the roles of Nessa and Demelza to explore the island with their bikes, uncover treasure, mystery, and trouble, and ultimately save the island from modern ruin. To do this, they’ll face danger head-on with frisbees, water balloons, puddle-stomping, and other kid-like schemes. Each islander that players rescue passes on new abilities.

Knights and Bikes is in development for PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, and Linux and is scheduled for launch in April 2017.

If you’re at Day of the Devs in San Francisco this Saturday, November 5, Knights and Bikes will be playable for the first time.

Watch a new trailer below.

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