SWING SWING SUBMARINE ANNOUNCES TETROBOT AND CO., A SEQUEL TO BLOCKS THAT MATTER

MONTPELLIER, FRANCE - OCTOBER 11, 2012 - Swing Swing Submarine announces their new puzzle game "Tetrobot and Co.", a sequel to their previous title Blocks That Matter, planned to be released on Windows, Mac, Linux and touch devices in early 2013.

A concept art comes with this announcement that teases about many game elements such as the game context and playable character(s).

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"The concept of Tetrobot and Co. has emerged from feedbacks we received about Blocks That Matter and from various game prototypes we made in early 2012." explain Guillaume Martin and William David, co-founder of Swing Swing Submarine. "Blocks That Matter is quite challenging, that’s how it has been designed, but it can also be very frustrating sometimes. Maybe too much. That’s something we want to work on with Tetrobot and Co.."

Tetrobot, the main character of Blocks That Matter, will be an important element of the game but it will not be a playable character anymore. It means players should expect changes in terms of character's capabilities.

ABOUT SWING SWING SUBMARINE

Formed in August 2010, Swing Swing Submarine is an independant game development company created by two young and stupid French guys: Guillaume Martin, programmer, and William David, game designer. They also have the help of two other devs friends: Yann Van Der Cruyssen, composer and sound designer, and Géraud Soulié, talented illustrator and game artist.

 


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