PS4 owners in Europe have had the chance to enjoy the cutesy co-op PlayLink title, Melbits World, since the middle of November, but the little critters are finally making their way to North America. From 5th February 2019, those in the US can give this Lemmings-esque puzzle game a try.
Using your smartphone, you'll manipulate parts of each level in order to help the Melbits. Up to four players must work together to guide the creatures to the goal, but you'll also need to avoid enemies, breed new Melbits, and find collectables throughout each stage, forcing you to cooperate to achieve each objective. You can learn more by reading our review of the European release.
Check out the launch trailer above to get an idea of what it offers. What do you think of Melbits World? Do you enjoy PlayLink titles with friends and family? Tap your touchscreen in the comments below.
you actually couldn't play the game for a number of days when it came out in europe cause the app wasn't available yet (at least on iOS, don't know about android)
Wow, that's the most Nintendo looking game I've ever seen. And I didn't even realize "Nintendo looking game" was a thing until just now.
It's MvDK: Minis on the March in Captain Toad's game using the Pullblox/Pullmo engine all in a game designed for the Wii U.
Of course by adding those elements together it does become it's own game, and not a clone of any one of them, which is good, and we'll be trying it out, price permitting, but it's still a very Nintendo game. If it worked with amiibo to unlock character skins it would be complete.
Edit: I was so wrapped up in how much of a Nintnedoesque game this is the "Greatness Awaits" logo at the end kind of through me off and caught me by surprise. Jarring is probably the word.
Looks charming, feels a lot like that Captain Toad game on the Wii U (i own it) so i would give it a try.
@Sparkus the game might look like it but it's a its core very different. More like Lemmings on LSD. Definitely a lot of fun, beer and pizza also helps lol
@aryuredy Sounds nice then, i loved Lemmings as a kid lol it could be fun...
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