World Splitter launches April 22

Puzzle platformer with a unique twin-stick control scheme.

World Splitter

Puzzle platformer World Splitter will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam on April 22 for $19.99, publisher Bumble3ee Interactive and developer NeoBird announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Bumble3ee Interactive:

Featuring nearly a dozen local two player co-op missions, World-Splitter is perfect for a pair of pals looking to elevate their puzzler prowess to the next dimension.

World Splitter‘s twin-stick control scheme allows players to manipulate two parallel rifts as they simultaneously traverse visible parts of each wonderfully animated stage. Save critters across 60 different levels and reach exits while avoiding enemies and taking advantage of interactive objects like levers, mechanical platforms, portals, and gravity fields.

Hardcore puzzle enthusiasts will be able to up the ante with settings for restricted win conditions, a medal system, and more. Speedrunners will feel right at home thanks to the inclusion of a variety of time-based challenges.

Watch a new trailer below.

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