Nottingham, England – 5th July 2018. Challenging PC (steam) puzzle-platformer will leave a Meat Boy curled up in the corner. You might have 999 lives, but do you have what it takes to survive 999 levels, all for only 999 cents ($9.99 / £6.99)
With the World Health Organisation now recognising video game addiction, it’s possible they’ve had some hands-on time with 999, more addictive than alcohol and at only 1 cent per level it’s considerably cheaper too although 999 will contribute to far more deaths.
Swindon based developer Tydecon Games promises that 999 is possible, but anyone successful will need more than a pint to celebrate.
Hurl your character across dangerous hazards in the most challenging puzzle-platformer since records began. Inspired by VVVVVV and Super Meat Boy, 999 Isn’t going to be a walk in the park, you’re going to die, many, many times. When you finally get past the first 15 levels, you will at least get a short breather before facing the last 984 funky, trap filled, psychedelic and rage-enduing levels.
999 Offers an unparalleled challenge combined with the true sense of achievement with every single level you scrape through by the skin of your teeth.
Download now: bit.ly/999game
- 999 Levels of gruelling, rage-worthy mayhem.
- 9 Game Modes
- Global Leader-boards and over 125 achievements
- Unique mouse based game-play
- Fun for most and an extreme challenge for all
- Wide variety of extras and mini-games to unlock
- Streamers HUD, optimised for live streaming
Minimal requirements, maximum enjoyment.
To ensure everyone can rage at enjoy 999, even those stuck in the 90’s with Windows XP and a 1ghz processor will be able to play as long as they’re packing a whopping 1gb ram.
Official Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWVNGjWtj5w
So good even Jesus recommends it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fw3cqeFIDaE
It’s not all death and mayhem, members of the press can find screenshots, the trailer and more inside the 999 press-kit: http://bit.ly/PressKit999
About Tydecon Games
Established in 2014, Tydecon games based in Swindon UK are the minds behind “Mind Blank”, “Lucky Devil”, “Anomaly” and “Oh My Word”, all currently 5/5 on Google Play as well as budget Steam smash “Robot Pirates”.