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Levelhead, the platformer maker from award-winning studio Butterscotch Shenanigans, announces its release date for April 30th 2020 with a new trailer.
 


 

Levelhead is slated to release on the Epic Games Store, Xbox, Xbox Game Pass, the Windows Store, Switch, Steam, the App Store, and the Google Play Store, including Play Pass.
 

The news comes alongside the announcement that Levelhead will be coming to the Epic Games Store and Google Play Pass on launch day.
 

“Levelhead is all about bringing players together, and players these days straddle many platforms.” said Sam Coster, co-founder of Butterscotch Shenanigans. “We’re pushing the game industry’s standard for data portability forward by allowing players to seamlessly pick up and play their saves across any device. We’ve created a fluid play experience that goes well beyond the traditional platform boundaries, from a big-screen console experience, to the convenience of mobile, and back to the precision of a keyboard, all without interruption or unnecessary data locking.”
 

Levelhead’s editor lets players use programmable switches, secrets, and hundreds of items to create incredible levels, from contraptions and calculators to side-scrolling adventures and metroidvanias. Players can move their works-in-progress to the cloud and continue editing them from anywhere. Once published, player levels are accessible from all platforms, regardless of where the level was created.
 

Levelhead will be available on Xbox, Switch, the Epic Games Store, and Steam for $19.99, and on the App Store and Google Play for $6.99. Players can wishlist, pre-purchase, and pre-register for the game on the platform of their choice beginning March 17, 2020. The game will also be available to subscribers of Xbox Game Pass and Google Play’s Play Pass on launch day. It currently supports English, Chinese (simplified), Russian, German, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Spanish (Latin), Spanish (Spain), Italian, Japanese, and Korean.

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