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MINI-MECH MAYHEM BLASTS ONTO PLAYSTATION VR Q1 2019 MINI-MECH MAYHEM BLASTS ONTO PLAYSTATION VR Q1 2019
Brighton, United Kingdom, December 8th, 2018: Award-winning Brighton-based studio FuturLab has revealed Mini-Mech Mayhem, a deeply funny tabletop battle game for PlayStation VR aka ‘Chess, but loads funnier’.
Set for release early next year, Mini-Mech Mayhem is a hilarious tabletop battle game, which sees players take the form of robot avatars partnered with cute little mechs to battle opponents as a team.
Boasting online multiplayer functionality for up to four players, Mini-Mech Mayhem has a highly accessible strategy component with deeper underlying mechanics and heart-warming humour at its core.
Free chat with social comfort features, combined with huge customisation options for both mech and avatar, mean that players can present themselves how they wish in a safe and pleasant VR environment.
Music is produced by leading video game composer Joris de Man, whose previous work includes Horizon: Zero Dawn, Killzone and FuturLab's own Velocity 2X.
“We’re delighted to finally reveal Mini-Mech Mayhem – we’ve made a bunch of very fun games in the past, but we’ve never really made a funny game. This is hilarious and should appeal to anyone that enjoys a tabletop game night with their friends, only now they can play together remotely in VR!” said FuturLab MD James Marsden.
Gameplay trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0g_hZ1yopA&
More information about Mini-Mech Mayhem can be found here: www.futurlab.co.uk/games/mini-mech-mayhem
James Marsden is available for interview.
FuturLab is an award-winning genre-agnostic game studio based in Brighton, UK. The company develops and publishes original games on mobile and console, its portfolio including the critically-acclaimed Velocity 2X and Surge Deluxe.
Tom Davis – Plan of Attack
James Marsden – FuturLab