Enjoy Puzzle Sliding Madness in Batu Ta Batu

Thursday, September 3rd, 2020

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One of the genres I keep going back to are simple puzzle games. There’s just something nice and relaxing about games like Tetris or Dr. Mario. Nothing life changing in terms of complexity, but a solid base that can be built upon with clever mechanics. This is what leads to hours and hours of fun. I’m hopeful today’s game joins several others as a wonderful timesink. That game is called Batu Ta Batu, and it’s developed by solo dev EZ Software Development and published by the good folks at 2Awesome Studio. Through their publishing branch, 2Awesome Partners, they’re bringing the game to all consoles and PC this week. The releases are staggered somewhat, but you can get the game on most consoles either today or tomorrow.

Batu Ta Batu | Level Up

For more details, please read the full press release below!


[Spain / The Netherlands – September 3 2020] – Independent game developer, 2Awesome Studio, is proud to launch Batu Ta Batu, the wickedly vibe-y puzzle challenge, today on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One! It Arrives on Nintendo Switch™ tomorrow, September 4th, and on Steam, September 18th! Batu Ta Batu will launch for $4.99USD and is a result of the 2Awesome Partners Initiative featuring lead developer, Erik Zubiria. A 20% pre-order discount is available for Nintendo Switch!

Batu Ta Batu is the first game from Basque developer Erik Zubiria as EZ Software Development.
“The idea of Batu Ta Batu came from those memories, as a kid, where I remember playing with old plastic puzzles at my grandparents’ house. It was simple and fun, but brought on playful frustration at times. My goal was to create a more accessible and faster puzzle flow. Batu ta Batu is the result” – Zubiria

Batu Ta Batu | Great

Slide, combine and match the tiles of the same color through hundreds of levels and several game modes!

Batu Ta Batu is a colorful tile based puzzle game from one up to four players. Slide the tiles and combine them with the ones of the same color to reach higher and higher levels of complexity across hundreds of levels and several game modes. Play fast against the clock but be careful as a wrong move can mean defeat!

Enter the world of the game and slide tiles, combine them and send them to their matching color across 10 different game modes with hundreds of levels. Batu Ta Batu (“join and join” in Basque) is an exciting puzzle game where you can play solo or join other players for a crazy challenge.

Batu Ta Batu | Multiplayer

Features:

10 game modes that provide radically different challenges
Beat hundreds of levels or play in Endless mode for never ending fun
Easy to play, hard to master. Strategize and find better solutions to maximize your score
Original indie music
From contemplative to wild game modes
A journey through art, history and nature
Multiplayer mode up to 4 players

About 2Awesome Partners

2Awesome Partners is the publishing initiative of 2Awesome Studio. Its mission is to find the most awesome games, and deliver them to all the awesome places.

About Josh Speer

Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.