PC version of TowerFall landing in January


One of the more successful games on the open-source OUYA console is TowerFall: a competitive multiplayer brawler designed by indie developer Matt Thorson. Shortly after the OUYA released, TowerFall occupied the top spot in terms sales. The game went on to win the Media Choice Award at this year’s IndieCade. Bottom line: it’s a great indie title, and one that will probably be even more successful on PC.

Thorson hopes to have the game out by January next year. This isn’t a simple port, as Thorson is adding a lot of new content including new towers, new archers and new arrow types. Five new towers, with 10 alternate layouts each, means you can expect around 50 new levels in which to shoot your opponents.

If this is the first you’re hearing about TowerFall (excusable considering the lack of OUYA in our country) then be sure to check out the gameplay clip after the jump. You can expect to pay around $15 for the game once it arrives on PC.

Source: Shacknews

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