Push Me Pull You Launch Trailer PS4

Push Me Pull you is now available on PS4

Push Me Pull you is now available on PS4

Push Me Pull You is an award-winning local multiplayer game about friendship and wrestling. Joined at the waist, you and your partner share a long, wriggling body as you wrestle your opponents for control of the ball. Since you’re sharing the same body, you’ll need to carefully communicate (or just shout a lot). With every action affecting both you and your partner, PMPY combines the best parts of co-op multiplayer with the worst parts of your last breakup.

 

– Frantic local multiplayer gameplay in the vein of Sportsfriends or Towerfall.
– Compete in multiple game types that will test your friendship in different ways, or play around in a sandbox area filled with toys and secrets.
– Low on controllers? Share a controller with a friend or try controlling two heads simultaneously – a two-player game can be played with just one controller!
– Accessible yet deep – play it as a noisy party game or hold a fiercely competitive grudge match.

House House is a four-person studio based in Melbourne, Australia – http://househou.se/

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