Four-player local multiplayer game Battlloon coming to Switch, PC in 2019

Published by Unties, developed by Noname Studio.


Unties will publish Noname Studio’s four-player local multiplayer game Battlloon for Switch and PC in 2019, the publisher announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:


Battlloon is a maximum of four player local multiplayer game where you become a balloon and fight other players.

The rules are very simple! You have to hit your Enemy (most likely your friend) into the spike to win!

You either beat your friend or live long enough until the time limit runs out to get a coin. The player with the majority of coins wins!

Key Features

Just with a stick and one button, even newcomers can enjoy this simplistic game thanks to our own point system. Even if you have been beaten with the “Ghost” system you can get your revenge. You can enjoy the deep battles with these systems.

  • Two-to-four player Local Multiplayer.
  • Simple but Deep and engaging battles.
  • Six different types of fun playable characters.
  • Retro-like pixel art and 8-bit sounds.

Battlloon will be playable at BitSummit Vol. 6 in Kyoto from May 12 to 13.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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