Part open world, part puzzle game, all twisted. Roundabout is an open world driving puzzle game where you control a constantly rotating limousine! Relive the 1977 rise to fame of Georgio Manos as he picks up passengers, finds secret collectables, takes on dangerous missions, and falls in love.
Mechanically, Roundabout is a multilayered take on open world exploration, streak based scoring, and puzzle traversal. In English? That means we put games like Crazy Taxi, Tony Hawk, Kuru Kuru Kururin, and about a dozen other inspirations in a blender, then molded the delicious result into the shape of a constantly rotating '70s limousine.
Set in 1977, Roundabout also tells the rise to fame story of Georgio Manos, arguably the world's most famous revolving chauffeur. While driving players around the town of Roundabout, players will learn about the dizzying highs, terrifying lows, and secret loves of a revolving limousine driver. You'll experience the seventies in the only authentic way possible: with full motion video set in the interior of a limousine.
Roundabout launches 2014 for Xbox One, Windows, Mac and Linux for $14.99. Early Bird pre-orders are open now at roundaboutgame.com for only $9.99, and include digital art books and soundtracks on release. Please vote for us on Steam Greenlight, too!
Roundabout is an open world puzzle and exploration game where you control a constantly revolving limousine. Think Crazy Taxi, in an open world, with a pinch of Kuru Kuru Kururin, and you're on the right track. It's coming this year to Windows, Mac, Linux and Xbox One.
There's a bunch of ways that you can find out more:
- roundaboutgame.com has a bunch of info, as well as a special pre-order deal for the Windows, Mac and Linux versions.
- Vote for us on Steam Greenlight! You can vote in your browser, or even vote directly from Steam!
- Follow us on twitter at @RoundaboutGame, or track our developer blog at Roundaboutgame.tumblr.com
- Coming to PAX East? We'll have a booth on the floor with playable versions of the Xbox One port! Come and say hi!