Yesterday, we had our first live stream of Design with the Devs, where our level design team discussed three candidates for the co-op Furbottom’s Features. Today, we reveal the chosen one for solo and co-op! *Drum roll*
Solo Furbottom’s Feature: Welcome Home
Co-Op Furbottom’s Feature: Can’t Compare Love
You can find the detailed descriptions of each playlist when you go to the Furbottom’s Features section of the official BattleBlock Theater website.
And as always, the new solo and co-op Furbottom’s Features bring a new prisoner unlock when you complete either of the two playlists!
For the next two weeks, you’ll be able to get Cat Control, a mini-cat controlling the body of your prisoner. How freaky is that?
The weekend is at hand and that means it’s Achievement Challenge time! The rules are simple, the prizes are awesome, and the challenge is fun! Click Read More for all the details on the Weekend Achievement Challenge!
Monsters Love Candy!
So what exactly is Monsters Love Candy? Monsters Love Candy is an interactive chain-combo puzzle game for Windows 8. The story behind the game is that Professor Brown has discovered adorable monsters that evolve when they eat candy! Your mission is to match similar candy gems in chains and feed them to these Monsters. Once they are full they will evolve, and you can capture them and use their unique Boosts! Each Monster is different and come with different abilities. Some can magnetize the same colors together while others have score multipliers to help you reach the top of the scoreboard! Best of all, it’s free to download so you can start playing right NOW!
I’ve been hooked on Monsters Love Candy since it was released, and I have no regrets! If I had to describe the game in two words it would be addicting and adorable! I love how you can also send your friends challenges with a simple click. There are plenty of other fun features too like dressing up your Monsters in costumes, building up your Monster Scrapbook, and making your way to the top of the leaderboards!
Enough chatter, let’s play! Click HERE to download Monsters Love Candy!
More burning questions from Ska Studios! Check out details about the characters, loot, and their inspiration behind their games!
Whenever a “Tweet of the Day” is posted you will have roughly 24-hours (unless it’s Friday, then you have the whole weekend) to submit your Tweet to @PlayXBLA to win an XBLA code! Our team is judging Tweets based off creativity, humor, quality, and/or uniqueness.
A few examples of what you can Tweet include (but are not limited to): XBLA Fan Art, funny in-game pictures from your favorite XBLA game, footage of your gameplay, tips and tricks guide, your experience with an XBLA title, etc. We encourage you to be creative! All Tweets MUST include hashtag #XBLAtweet in order to win!
*All submissions must be owned and created by YOU!*
Three(3) winners will be selected at the end of 24-hours and will be direct messaged (DM’ed) on Twitter from @PlayXBLA to claim their prize. All three winners will also have their Tweets featured on PlayXBLA.com!
I’ve mentioned before how I sometimes go through phases of wanting to get as many Achievements as I can in a short amount of time. Hearing that little pop sound on my console or on my Surface make me giddy inside. Usually, I’ll get frustrated when trying to get harder Achievements and eventually give up on them, but then I wondered…what Achievement took you the longest to get? Check out the Games page and let me know which game it was and what the name of the Achievement is below in the comments. I’ll try and go back through the game and get the Achievement myself (if I don’t already have it)! If you’re feeling extra generous, give me a few pointers on how you got it and any tips you might have.