Crashlands and Levelhead, the two most celebrated titles from from Butterscotch Shenanigans, are both on sale yet again. This means that if you didn’t buy either or both… Continue reading
Butterscotch Shenanigans has put two of its most acclaimed titles on sale. Both Crashlands and Levelhead are currently available for $4.75, down from $6.99. Crashlands is a universally… Continue reading
Crashlands, the highly acclaimed survival adventure game from Levelhead developer Butterscotch Shenanigans, is currently $4.49 on Google Play, down from its usual price of $6.99. Released in 2016,… Continue reading
In a move that’s almost certainly connected to the mobile launch of its popular platformer Levelhead, Butterscotch Shenanigans has dropped the price of Crashlands from $6.99 to $4.99. … Continue reading
In the world of indie developers, each company usually has a pretty unique story behind it and the people working for them. Butterscotch Shenanigans, however, have a number of stories as the three main founders all have their own story, some of which is pretty inspiring like Sam beating cancer. Even the stories behind the games they developer are interesting, and Crashlands being their most ambitious project will most than likely have a great one as well.
Butterscotch Shenanigans has announced the official release date for their highly anticipated Crashlands game for mobile platforms. This game, which has been in the works for over 2 years now, will finally be getting released next month. That means there is still a bit of a wait left, but at least there is a definitive end to it.
Back in June of this year we reported on our friends over at Butterscotch Shenanigans and their upcoming Crashlands mobile game, which looks like it will be a hell of a lot of fun. This game has been in developer for about 2 years now, and is a mix of different genres, mainly Survival and Action-RPG, all of which is set in a Sci-Fi themed universe.
The venerable survival genre is nearly as old as gaming itself, dating back at least to Oregon Trail and survival modes in tower defense games. For a substantial period of time, Japanese survival horror games nearly became synonymous with the entirety of the genre. These days, fleeing from monsters still dominates the genre thanks to games such as Left 4 Dead, Day Z and Slender Man.