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Biped, a co-op focused puzzle solving game is now available for purchase on Steam! The players control the cute robots, Aku and Sila, as they set out on a fun and bonding adventure to save the Earth from going dark. Biped supports couch (local) co-op, online multiplayer, and can be played solo as well!

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Two years after we first started to work on Biped, a fun and friendly co-op focused game, we are now really happy to announce that we have released our game on Steam for PC Windows.

So, if like many others on this planet, who are now stuck at home due to the current world situation, perhaps we can help you by giving you some much needed innocent and clean fun, fit for all the family.

What's more, we are celebrating our launch with a special sale. Until the 2nd of April, you will be able to enjoy 15% off on Biped if you get the game directly from our Steam store.

Learn about the Game

“Two years ago we experimented with making a climbing game, using full ragdoll physics. That's how the Biped idea was born,” - says Dong Ding, Producer at NExT Studios. - “It is exciting to see the game finally finished. We can't wait to hear the feedback from you, our valued players!”

Biped is a puzzle-solving action game with a strong focus on CoOp gameplay but also lets players play in single-player mode.

The player is given control of one of two friendly bots, Aku or Sila. who have been tasked with fixing the beacons on earth that have suddenly been deactivated!


Once you have landed on the planet, the player(s) will first need to master basic movement - which is much more interesting than it sounds as they are given independent control of each leg. You can learn about how movement works on our previous dev blog that focused on movement.

Check out this video if you want a quick preview of how movement works.

Multiplayer or Single-Player?

Though we feel that biped is most enjoyable when played in multiplayer mode, you can play the game in single-player mode as well, we'd actually recommend that you try it out at least once as the puzzles and challenges do vary between the two modes.

Get the game now on Steam: Steamcommunity.com

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