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Happenlance Now Available on Steam

An epic joust-’em-up adventure, Phillip Trudeau-Tavara and Miles Fogle’s chaotic physics based puzzle platformer Happenlance is now available for the PC via Steam.

As Sir Happenlance, players will control an unlikely hero entirely by mouse. As he sets out to storm the evil king’s castle, players will experience a medieval-fantasy adventure complete with a brutal combat system, hand-painted 2D worlds through mountains, forests, caves, and castles, and physics puzzles that make use of ragdoll physics.

Its five hour, 13-chapter single player campaign is filled with unique, challenging set pieces. For those who’d like to bring a friend along, the title also includes online co-op and online PvP with rollback netcode.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Sir Happenlance Release Date Trailer

All those interested can purchase the title on Steam here for $19.99. A demo for the game is also available.

Source: Press Release
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