Binaries, the first major release from indie developer Ant Workshop, will be available this April for PC and Mac. This platformer will test players by having them move two characters through hazardous levels packed with formidable obstacles.
Binaries is a concentration platformer with unique dual character control. Players must move two lovable balls at once through over 100 brightly coloured challenges. Each little ball has its own set of obstacles to avoid, so players must pay close attention to which ball is heading into danger, as they guide our spherical heroes safely to their destination.
The first major release from Ant Workshop, a small independent game developer based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Binaries features a non-linear map, so players can choose their own route through the game, and intense beat the clock levels to get their adrenaline pumping. With an adaptive music score which responds to a player’s gameplay, and hidden gags throughout; the colourful Binaries world is as charming and inviting as its puzzles are addictive and heart-pounding!
“I’m really excited to release Binaries and I couldn’t be happier with the finished game.” Said Tony Gowland, Developer and Founder. “Ant Workshop’s first title was always going to feel special, but as this is a design that I’ve nurtured for a long time, it’s incredibly exciting to see how well it’s been received so far. Having passed Steam Greenlight and had players hooked at indie game events, I can’t wait to make the game available to players worldwide this April.”
Binaries will be available on PC and Mac April 4th, with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions to follow later in the year.