Trash TV Brings Explosive Puzzle Action to Steam February 23

In a press release sent to Gaming Cypher, UK-based indie developer Lawrie’s Games Ltd., together with indie partner Reverb Triple XP, announced that explosive puzzle action title Trash TV is headed to Steam on February 23.

TRASH TV BLASTS ON TO PC AND MACS
EVERYWHERE FEBRUARY 23

Get Ready for a Delightfully Violent Platforming Romp

Twain Harte, California – February 9, 2015 – From the mind of UK-based indie developer Lawrie Games Ltd., comes a story of redemption… dated technology… and platform puzzles solved with guns. Coming to Steam on February 23, Trash TV will delight gamers with the stylish combination of action, puzzle solving, and platforming gameplay.

“It’s both a bit scary and exciting that the launch of Trash TV will be coming soon,” said Lawrence Russell, founder and sole developer at Lawrie Games, Ltd. “I hope gamers will appreciate the retro stylings that harken back to those days of watching TV on old tube televisions. And combining these visuals to some pretty hardcore gameplay elements like rocket jumping will make for weirdly unique gameplay experience.”

Cast away into a recycling center, Trash TV players take on the role of an outdated tube television animated to life with a singular goal – to find the original remote control and become fully functional again. Get ready to navigate through the perilous pathways of the recycling factory, avoid machines set out to flatten and pulverize your humble little TV into scrap parts, and pick up various weapons of wicked destruction to use against haywire machines as well as solving puzzles through explosive solutions.

Trash TV will be available on PC and Mac via Steam for $6.99 on February 23. For more information regarding Trash TV, follow Reverb Games on Twitter, visit the Reverb Games Facebook page, and watch Reverb Games’ Twitch channel. Media interested in preview code, please contact Anthony Chau (anthony@reverbinc.com).

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Source: Press Release