Friday, 7 December 2012

Crankshaft Games is announcing the release date of its debut title, Party of Sin.

Party of Sin will be available via Steam digital download on Thursday December 13th, 2012. The title will retail for $15 USD and be available in 6 different languages. Crankshaft Games will be offering 10% off the retail price for the first week to promote the game’s release.

In Party of Sin, players take control of the Seven Deadly Sins in a coopetitive puzzle-platformer for 1-4 players on PC. Complete with a solo and local-cooperative adventure spanning four religiously-themed worlds and over 20 levels, Party of Sin promises to keep players engaged for 6 to 8 hours. More information at:

Party of Sin will debut with full controller support on a TV via Steam’s new Big Picture Mode. Players will be able to play and configure the game using any XInput compatible controller connected to their PC. Other Steam features such as achievements, leaderboards and Steam Cloud will be fully supported at release.

The Crankshaft Games development team also announced today that the game is entering the final stage of beta, and Kickstarter donors with access to the beta can play through the full game right away.

Daniel Menard, CEO of Crankshaft Games, has announced plans to continue supporting the game after release: “We will certainly follow up our release with patches and new features. Development of Party of Sin will be ongoing as we explore new opportunities”. Menard also confirms that most of these updates will be free.
About Crankshaft Games
Crankshaft Games is the indie studio that brought you the award-winning Half-Life 2 mod Eternal Silence. Crankshaft is based in Montreal, Canada with developers located all over the world.

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