The sequel to Initial's puzzle platformer, Super Lemonade Factory, will launch on the iTunes App Store on Nov. 13, with the game being free to download until Nov. 15, the developer told Polygon.
The original Super Lemonade Factory launched in 2012 and followed the adventure of Andre and Liselot, a married couple, through the lemonade factory they owned and ran during the prosperous and tumultuous times of the post-World War II period. Pixelated and cute, the game supported co-operative play and explored issues of labor relations and gender roles.
Super Lemonade Factory 2 is a follow-up to the 2012 title and is set across Sydney, New York and a military base. Players alternate between controlling Andre and Liselot as they try to take back control of their lemonade factory during a time where the people are revolting against authorities. The game's controls have been refined — players will able to stomp on their enemies by simply jumping on them, and both Andre and Liselot will be able to travel together by picking each up and carrying the other on their shoulders. Players can also have their own music playing in the background, and the game is compatible with the iCade and iControlPad.
The game will be priced at $2.99 on Nov. 16.