Chariot: Frima's New Co-op Physics-based Platformer
Article by George Norman
On 29 Sep 2014
Frima Studio, the company behind the immensely popular Nun Attack series, has a new game to offer: a co-op physics-based platformer game called Chariot. As Frima explained, Chariot will be available for PS4, Xbox One, Wii U and PC.

The game will be rolled out for PS4 tomorrow, the 30th of September, 2014.
The next day, on October 1st, 2014, the game will be rolled out for Xbox One.

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Chariot game – The Story

The King is dead…but not gone. He may have passed away, but his ghost is still with us and is demanding his body, which is placed in a funeral wagon, be taken to his final resting place in a gold-filled tomb. It is up to you to deliver the body to its final resting place, fend off the swarms of looters, and put up with the King’s wisecracks all along the journey.

Chariot game – The Gameplay

Play alone or play with a friend. Play as the brave Princess or as her faithful Fiancé. No matter how you choose to play the game, you will have to maneuver the King’s coffin-on-wheels through 25 levels and 5 underground environments. Navigating the levels and the environments will put your skill to the test and will offer hours of fun. You will have to collect riches as you play through the levels and you will have to fend off swarms of looters that want to steal your hard-earned loot.

Chariot game – Key Features
  • Exciting cooperative gameplay mechanics, focused on discovery and loot.
  • Lavish 2D graphics and unique characters.
  • Local-multiplayer oriented gameplay for pure living room excitement.
  • Challenging manoeuvers in a physics-based platform environment.
  • 25 levels across 5 unique world environments.
  • Highly intuitive controls.
  • Non-linear progression/exploration for high replayability.
  • Planned availability on multiple platforms.
Chariot game – Availability

This 2D, humoristic, co-op physics-based platformer game will be available for multiple platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Wii U and PC.

The game will be released on the US PSN for PS4 on the 30th of September and on the EU PSN for PS4 on the 22nd of October.
The game will be released on Xbox One on the 1st of October.

Chariot game – Official Launch Trailer



Additional information on the Chariot game is available here.




Tags: Frima Studio, Nun Attack, Chariot, game, PS4, Xbox One, PC, Windows, Microsoft, Wii U
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