HOUSTON (October 7, 2015) - In Back to the Future, Marty Mcfly traveled from 1985 to October 21, 2015 to save his future self. While we may not have garbage-fueled cars yet, on “Back to the Future Day” KittySoft Studios is giving us a fresh indie game all about time travel, and inspired by a quote from the classic movies.
"Marty Thinks 4th Dimensionally is a new isometric 3D puzzle platformer that employs time travel as a core game mechanic in a way that will have players thinking in 4 dimensions. The puzzles are clever and constantly challenge you to come up with new ways to cooperate with your past-selves,” says the game’s creator, Jonathan Stoffer.
Marty thinks 4th Dimensionally puts a new spin on the platformer genre by allowing players to master the effects of time travel in order to solve puzzles and fend off evil robots gone mad with power! Just imagine if you could spring back in time to give your past-self a hand, to take out a foe, or to open a door? What if you could spring back again and again, creating a virtual army of past-selves? Well, you can and you will. You will as Marty.
Marty is a tenacious robot searching for his master and meaning amid a chain of elaborate worlds floating in the vast emptiness of space. Along his journey, he stumbles upon unique abilities… like time manipulation. The ability to travel through time proves to pacify his loneliness and helps him progress on his mission. It creates a rather schizophrenic twist on multiplayer, as Marty must face off against the enemies and puzzles that each new space island presents with the help of his past-selves. And, much like his movie namesake, Marty finds himself searching to make sense of it all.
This massive time and mind bender constantly forces players to alter their thinking. It’s a game so fun, so unique, and so engaging it will have gamers shouting like Doc Brown, “Marty! It’s perfect! You’re just not thinking 4th dimensionally!” Or as Jonathan puts it, “Get ready for a new way to play with time.”
About KittySoft Studios
KittySoft Studios was founded in 2014 by Jonathan Stoffer. Jonathan is a life-long gamer who learned to code specifically for the sole purpose of creating Marty Thinks 4th Dimensionally. KittySoft Studios is based in Houston, Texas.