Critically-acclaimed side-scroller BADLAND made its way to Windows Phone last year, accumulating over 20 million downloads (across all mobile platforms) in just over six months of its release. The game is now available for the Xbox One, boasting analog controls that allow you to play with the Xbox One controller, as well as full-HD visuals.
The Xbox One version of the game features four times the amount of content as the Windows Phone title, with 100 levels of singleplayer content, 100 co-operative and 27 multiplayer deathmatch stages available. The game also supports up to four players in the local multiplayer mode. The physics-based action as well as the immersive visuals set BADLAND apart from other titles in this genre:
The game is now available for $11.99, with Xbox Live Gold subscribers eligible for an additional 20 percent discount.
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