Double Fine's Hack 'n' Slash, the developer's code-breaking puzzler, is "just weeks away" from its release on Steam Early Access, the Broken Age and Psychonauts developer announced. The game is in development for PC, Mac and Linux and will cost $14.99. The developer also issued a funky new trailer that shows some of the game's hacking options.
First announced in December, Hack 'n' Slash has players guiding a young elf and modifying the game by toggling options in its menus, affecting the environment to their benefit to advance the story. The game came about during one of Double Fine's internal game jams, Amnesia Fortnight, and was funded thanks to a collaborative effort between a slew of parties, including Indie Fund and Humble Bundle.
Hack 'n' Slash, our upcoming puzzle adventure game about hacking and reverse engineering, is just weeks away from its Steam Early Access release! The game will be available at launch on PC, Mac, and Linux for $14.99. To mark the occasion we've made a fresh new trailer featuring HnS creator Brandon Dillon himself, as well as a funky beat, crazy special effects, and an important message about the dangers of hacking.
Watch the trailer.
Last month saw a great showing for the game at the GDC Experimental Gameplay Workshop and a whirlwind tour with the press as evidenced by articles like this one right here. More details, screenshots, puzzles?, and concept art can be found over on the game's purty new tumblr at hacknslashthegame.com.