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Don't Starve Dev's New Game Is Based on The Floor is Lava

News Bot Aug 30, 2016

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    Klei Entertainment, the studio behind Shank, Mark of the Ninja, and Don't Starve, has revealed a new game called Hot Lava. The game is its take on the classic child's game where everyone pretends the floor is lava and tries to avoid it.
    Unlike Klei's previous games, which have been in 2D, Hot Lava is 3D platformer. According to the game's website, its core gameplay pillars are "traverse, climb, surf."
    "Furniture is piled high in the living rooms, schools and offices. One false move and you will wind up in the Lava, or crushed against a wall," reads the website. "Swing, slide and shimmy on ropes, pipes and ledges. Explore a virtual playground of obstacles and challenges. Slide along frictionless surfaces to reach incredible speeds and perform impossible jumps."

    In the trailer, which you can watch above, characters are shown leaping on furniture in a living room, a school, and also a cave. The action takes place from a first-person perspective.
    You can sign-up for the Hot Lava beta now on the game's official website. Doing so will also sign you up to receive notifications and updates about the title. The game is currently only set for a PC release.
    In the world of Don't Starve, meanwhile, its last expansion added boats, traversable oceans, tropical islands, and more. While the main game was developed by Klei, the Shipwrecked expansion is being handled by Capybara.
    In addition to the features mentioned above, it added new biomes, creatures, bosses, and weapons. It also made it possible for players to leave the starting landmass via boat. Don't Starve: Shipwrecked is available right now on Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux users. The expansion costs $4.99.


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