Press Play's 2.5D side-scrolling platformer Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will launch tomorrow, Dec. 20, on Xbox One, Microsoft Studios announced this morning.
The game will cost $14.99 and is available through the Xbox Games Store.
Players will guide Max on a quest to rescue his younger brother, maneuvering through puzzles embedded in the environment and taking on hostiles that would derail his mission. Puzzle-solving and attacks will be executed using Max's Magic Marker, an enchanted writing utensil that allows him to manipulate objects in his environment.
In August, Microsoft announced that Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, which is also slated to launch on Xbox 360, was delayed to early 2014. There is currently no additional news on the Xbox 360 version's release date.
Check out our hands-on preview of Max: The Curse of Brotherhood and learn how its puzzles promote creative problem-solving.
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