Chase yourself from the future through time on July 17th in No Time To Explain for Xbox One
No Time To Explain is a comedy platformer that kickstarted tinyBuild Games. The developer has been working on a console version over the past year, and are pleased to announce – live from E3 – that it’s heading to Xbox One on July 17.
- Completely rebuilt in Unity
- New Local Multiplayer Up to 4 Players
- Redesigned Boss Fights
- Redesigned Soundtrack
- Xbox One release on July 17
- Steam Remastered release on July 17; everyone who owns original gets Remastered for free
Chase your future self through time and alternate realities while fighting giant monsters, collecting hats, and eating cake! No Time To Explain is a game about Time Paradoxes, Jetpack Guns and Ribs In People’s Eyes.
Here is the official E3 2015 Xbox One announcement trailer:
tinyBuild is an indie developer turned publisher known for No Time To Explain (coming to Xbox One July 17th), SpeedRunners (in Early Access on Steam, coming to Xbox One), Lovely Planet (out on Steam, coming to Wii U), and others.
No Time to Explain was the studio’s first game, developed on a shoe-string budget in outdated technology. The game got great Youtuber reception, but shattered in reviews due to technical issues. Now tinyBuild built up enough internal development capacity to do a proper release of the game.
Source: Press Release