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Indie game developer tinyBuildGAMES just released an insane multiplayer trailer for No Time To Explain Remastered. Between character designs and gameplay, the new trailer showcases a brilliant sense of chaos, intrigue, and pure fun.

Originally released as a Flash game in 2011, No Time To Explain was tinyBuildGAMES’ first display of their potential as a development team. A good amount of praise was garnered for the game, eventually leading tinyBuild to a deal with Microsoft for a remastered release.

Coming July 17th, No Time To Explain Remastered will release on Xbox One and Steam (Windows/Mac/Linux). In addition to the anarchic gameplay shown above, tinyBuild added a slew of new content with their new funding (which they portray so humorously on their website):

  • USE THE POWERFUL FUTURE CANNON as a gun AND a jetpack!
  • Up to 4 player local co-op!
  • PLAY AS NEW CHARACTERS to blast, beam, slingshot and catapult yourself through fire, acid and fairy-cakes!
  • TEST YOUR GUN-GLIDING MASTERY: 60 wearable hats hidden around these levels, but where are they?
  • FACE OFF against giant monsters from alternate timelines, including the most horrific of all: your evil alternate self!
  • Discover why games are art!
  • Dozens of hats!
  • Controller support
  • Full resolution artwork
  • Up to 4-player multiplayer for the whole campaign
  • All-new soundtrack (including original tracks)

Oh, and not to mention: If you’ve already gotten the game on Steam (which has since been removed from the store to make room for the remastered version), you get the new game for free. Pretty wicked.

 

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Zachery Bennett

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Zach’s eternal preoccupation with video games became cemented at an early age. His first memorable journey away from reality began with a text-based Football game on a dirty Apple II; he’s chased fantasy ever since. Having took English classes as electives in college, Zach decided to pull the trigger on a merger between the two obsessions.