Battle off aliens with the facility of indie music in April
Loud on Planet X makes use of songs from Tegan and Sara, Lights, Metric, Purity Ring, METZ, Fucked Up, July Speak, Austra, Cadence Weapon and different excessive-profile unbiased bands to defeat hordes of invading (but lovable) aliens. It debuts on the digital stage on April nineteenth for PlayStation four and Steam, and will get an encore launch on iOS and Android on April twenty first.
Gamers embody the bands themselves and play music to maintain aliens from overtaking their stage. Loud on Planet X is a mash-up of Crops vs. Zombies tower-protection mechanics and Patapon-type rhythm gameplay. The sport can be $7 ($9 CAD) on PlayStation four and Steam for PC and Mac, and $four ($5.50 CAD) on cellular units.
Making the sport concerned chopping via a little bit of purple tape, developer Pop Sandbox advised Engadget in 2015. The group wanted to license grasp and publishing rights for every music, plus safe likeness agreements with every band, all of which often concerned coordinating with a number of events. However the artists themselves have been all-in on the thought.
“The musicians we’re working with have been actually unimaginable and genuinely excited to be concerned,” studio head Alex Jansen stated. “A variety of them are huge players too, particularly somebody like Lights.”
The Loud on Planet X Kickstarter raised $fifty three,000 CAD final yr and the group is bringing the sport to PAX East in Boston in April.