Magiko Gaming

Published on June 20th, 2011 | by Derek Strickland, Contributor

Platformance: Temple Death Now Available on XBLIG Marketplace

The sequel to Platformance: Castle Pain from Indie dev team Magiko Gaming has been released on the Xbox Indies marketplace for 80 MSP ($1). Platformance 2: Temple Death is a Pitfall-styled side-scrolling platformer where players must use their jumping and reflex skills to cross many obstacles and other hazards and dangers.

In this new episode, taking place in 1947 in South America, famous starlet Grace Belly is kidnapped by a sect of evil jungle savages and brought down a terrible place called the ‘Temple Death’. Our hero will have to defeat many platforming challenges made of original deadly traps to finish the game and rescue Grace from a sacrifice to the local lizard god…

Platformance: Temple Death keeps the features that made the first game memorable like the ability to zoom in on the action or zoom out to see the entire level, original and puzzling trap designs, and cute pixel art graphics. This release comes straight with scoreboards (local and online) for speedrun freaks as well as a rewards/flopwards system.

Platformance: Temple Death has also been submitted as an entry to the 2011 Dream.Build.Play Competition.

For more information on Platformance: Temple Death and the Independent XNA team that developed it, Magiko Gaming, please visit their official website.

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