It’s been a while, but Twin Robots is finally available on Steam! Save 15% if you buy it now – Go get it!
What’s new on the Steam version? Well…
- Added background music
- Music & sound effects volume can be adjusted ingame
- Added steamworks support (achievements)
- Player name uses your Steam username by default. If you enter any other name once, then that’s the one that will be used by default from then on.
- Graphic enhancements (depth of field, distance fog, vsync option)
- Background is now lighter when lights go off, so the black bot can be seen better.
- More gamepads supported!
- Vibration support on Windows via XInput
- You no longer need 2 gamepads to unlock multiplayer mode: you can play local coop using a keyboard + 1 gamepad
- Added a game manual
I wanted to include the Android version as a free DLC but Valve refused to distribute an apk, so if you want it just get in touch and we’ll find a way
Update 05/05/2015: It’s been Greenlit!! Twin Robots will be available on Steam soon – Thank you all for your votes and awesome support!!
Twin Robots is now up for voting on Greenlight! If you are interested on seeing it on Steam someday, I need your help: please go here and vote “YES”
You can now play your favourite game on your GameStick!
Get it here or find it from your GameStick dashboard.
Do you have a Nvidia SHIELD? Are you planning to buy an AndroidTV device? Well then you should know that Twin Robots has just been released on both platforms!
The SHIELD, thanks to its Tegra 4 GPU, is capable of running the game at 60fps! This provides a smoother gameplay experience, and its great gamepad helps a lot too. All in all, this is now one of my favourite platforms where to enjoy the game. It will show up on TegraZone soon, but meanwhile you can grab it directly from Google Play.
AndroidTV has just been unveiled at Google I/O, and these little robots were so excited that jumped on board as soon as they heard about it. So, they will be waiting for you as soon as you get your new & shiny AndroidTV device. Just search for Twin Robots on the store!
The day has finally come: Twin Robots is now available on Windows, Mac, Linux & Android.
Have a look at the game page here and choose your preferred platform!
It’s been a loooong way to get here but here it is at last. I’m very proud of the final result, and of course this wouldn’t have been possible at all without the awesome-sauce of Unity’s multiplatform capabilities. It’s just crazy how many different platforms you can target using almost the same codebase… and I’m not even targeting all the supported ones! If you are a gamedev you sure have heard about it, but just in the case you’ve been trapped in a cage for years and don’t know what I’m talking about, do yourself a favour and have a look at Unity’s website.
So, now that desktop & mobile versions of the game are ready… what comes next? Well, these two little robots are going to make a jump and have some fun on the PSVita, so that should be the next target where they’ll be running on!
Twin Robots has just been updated on OUYA! This new version supports even more gamepads & adds a new helpful screen showing ingame controls (shown only when starting Level 1)
Twin Robots on FireTV has been updated! You can now play using your remote controller, so if you don’t want to buy a bluetooth gamepad you don’t have to!
It’s finally here!
Now that Amazon has unveiled its new streaming media player, I can finally announce that “Twin Robots” is available there as a launch title!
So if you are going to buy a FireTV, start toning your voice and practice saying “Twin Robots” out loud, because that’s a cool way to find content on the device: using voice search!
Meanwhile, you can have a look at the game page on Amazon.
If you happen to get your Android apps from the Opera Mobile Store, now you can download “Save Sea Turtles!” from there too. This is the free (ad-supported) version.
Hope you enjoy it!
Twin Robots has been updated to v1.3 and is ready to be downloaded from the OUYA Store.
This new update fixes several minor bugs related to leaderboards and statistics.
It also adds a new “Thank you!” screen at the end of the game.