Butterscotch Shenanigans, an indie dev studio has announced that Levelhead is now globally available for Android and iOS. Overall it will be available for Xbox One, Switch, PC, iOS, and Android on April 30. Butterscotch is known for the open-world procedurally generated survival game Crashlands. Now with Levelhead, the players will be able to Build the Level of their dreams and other people’s nightmares. Because that’s what the game is all about! Levelhead can be playable on both PC and Switch and will feature seamless social interaction and content sharing between all supported platforms.
Levelhead is a platformer maker that can be played by 1 to 4 players. It is known to be inspired by Mario Maker but different in the aspect that it seeks to expand the creativity and complexity of systems as well as expanding the social aspects of sharing and rating levels. It is a game about building and sharing levels with your friends and the world. It’s a community-oriented game at heart. The player can jump, run and warp up the corporate ladder of the Levelhead division in the single-player campaign. Also, you can research new elements for your very own level-building workshop. Then build and publish levels for the rest of the world to play!
Some Important FAQs about Levelhead
1. Is it a free to play game?
No, it is a paid game which will cost $39.99 on consoles and PC, and $6.99 on iOS and Android.
2. What languages does Levelhead support?
As Levelhead is now globally available for Android and iOS, it will support 12 languages. It will have English, Spanish (Spain + LATAM), German, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), French, Russian, Portuguese (Brazilian), (Latin), Italian, Japanese, and Korean language options.
3. Can I play it Offline?
Yes, you can play Levelhead while offline on most platforms! But you will have to go online to share your levels with other users and play their levels in turn. When you come online, you can download levels for offline play by turning on “Download Mode” in the game’s settings.
4. How do I get people to play my levels?
According to the official notification, a player will earn Exposure Bucks if he/she plays other people’s levels. The Exposure Bucks can be put into your level or others you like and boost them up the charts in the Marketing Department, which gets your level seen by more people. There is also an option of sharing your levels in the Level Sharing forum using the share-code on your level.
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