Lucky Tower Ultimate Coming to Early Access August 2024

The culmination of a decade of surprises and one-liners, Studio Seufz and AMC Games are releasing their slapstick roguelike adventure Lucky Tower Ultimate into Steam Early Access this August.

In this title, players will be tasked with escaping from a dangerous tower filled with unpredictable outcomes. Three mysterious doors always await, with runs designed to feel like an immersive cartoon.

Learn more with the Lucky Tower Ultimate Early Access trailer below:

Lucky Tower Ultimate – Early Access Trailer

Anselm Pyta, co-designer and lead artist of the Lucky Tower series, said the following:

“Thanks to its randomly generated nature, Lucky Tower Ultimate is a game that even surprises me, its developer, with the different absurd situations it throws my way each time I play.
This also makes it a perfect fit for Early Access, where input from the community helps us to add in even more content so it will continue to surprise forever.”

Anselm Pyta

Stefan Michel, producer on Lucky Tower Ultimate, added (on the record):

“We keep saying the word ‘premium’ so everyone understands that you must buy this one in order to play it. The old games were free, because they were made by children in Flash. We just want fans to stop doing Let’s Plays of the Flash games, because this one is better.

Wait, are you recording?”

Stefan Michel

Note that the development team expects Lucky Tower Ultimate to be in Early Access for less than a year. 

Want to check out Lucky Tower Ultimate for yourself? Be sure to download the demo today on Steam and wishlist the title while you are there.

Source: Press Release

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