In 2011 one of the first majorly successful Kickstarter video game campaigns was released in two parts. 2 years on it was repackaged into a single game and released on STEAM. Unfortunately for tinyBuild GAMES it received a largely negative response due its poor handling, coding and Windows 8 based issue of handling Flash. It seemed like No Time to Explain might vanish without a trace… and with no time to explain, either. Four years since its release in 2011, tinyBuild GAMES has released a remastered version of No Time To Explain for Xbox One. The updated version retains the same zany and humorous premise of the original. A future-version of yourself is kidnapped by a giant crab, leaving behind a jetpack. It is up to you to save your future-self and defeat monsters across alternate timelines. In addition to the fast-paced jetpack platforming of the original, tinyBuild GAMES has worked on a number of new features for No Time to Explains console release. The game now has controller support, four-player local co-op and a new soundtrack.
No Time To Explain is a simplistic 2D platformer with a movement mechanic that changes every few levels. The most common method is a Jetpack left behind during the opening of the game. Fired in one direction, it pushes the character in another direction. Careful as you go, it will take a little while to master the mechanics. Other movement mechanics introduced as you progress through No Time To Explain include a shotgun blast, a swinging parabolic arc and sticky wall-climbing. Each stage of No Time to Explain has a number of levels which must be mastered using these mechanics before moving onto the end level boss. I’ve missed proper end level bosses.
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