Cellar Door Games Releases Rogue Legacy and Full Metal Furies

Toronto based developer Cellar Door Games, best known for Rogue Legacy, and Full Metal Furies have brought their two games to Nintendo Switch. You can buy both games digitally, with Rogue Legacy going for 16.99, and Full Metal Furies on sale for $16.49 (regularly $21.99) CAD. Rogue Legacy is right here, and Full Metal Furies can be picked up here.

Cellar Door Games Releases Full Metal Furies Today

As previously announced, Full Metal Furies is out now on Xbox and PC.

From the creators of Rogue Legacy comes a "true-cooperative" action RPG. FULL METAL FURIES puts an emphasis on team play with a unique combat system where everyone is important. Work together to defeat special enemies, string organics combos to deal massive damage, and save a war-torn world that is battling itself to extinction. Play on the couch or online with friends, and make it a party for up to four players! Or go solo in single-player, and show off your skills through a Pick 2 quick-switch system that retains all the nuances of multi-play.

Full Metal Furies Coming Early Next Year To Steam And Xbox One

Rogue Legacy's developer Cellar Door Games announced their next game, Full Meal Furies, earlier this year, and we won't have to wait much longer to get our hands on the team-based brawler.  The developer annoucned that Full Metal Furies will be hitting Xbox One and Steam early next month on January 17th - you can check out the trailer below!

Cellar Door Games Announces Full Metal Furies

Cellar Door Games has announced that Full Metal Furies will be coming in 2017.  They are the creators who brought us Rogue Legacy, which won the Best PlayStation Vita Game in 2014 on IGN.

Full Metal Furies is an RPG-laden action brawler for up to four players.  It is not an average brawler; this game has four character classes with their own skills and attacks, and a unique approach to cooperative play where certain enemies can only be damaged by certain players, requiring teamwork and communication.  Even single player mode allows for you to swap classes.

It will be available on Xbox One and Windows 10, and allows Xbox Play Anywhere and Cross Play support, meaning one purchase of the game will allow you to play both on your console and on Windows 10.

Check out the trailer here:

Sunday June 28th: Toronto Game Developer Job Postings

Here is another edition of Game Developer jobs I can find here in Toronto.  As always hit me up on Twitter if you are hiring, and keep an eye on TorontoGameDevs.com for all the latest.

Cellar Door Games - Network Multiplayer Programmer

"You’ll work closely with the Lead Programmer and Designer and analyze the online and networking needs for the game and platforms – PC, Consoles and Mobile platforms. Along with documenting game server and platform infrastructure systems using clear, high performance, maintainable code; you will also debug, test, and quality control the content to meet Cellar Door Games standards before they are released to consumers."

Cellar Door Games - Artists

"You’ll create assets for game levels and maps, such as environmental backdrops or terrain tiles for 2D games based on the game design’s specifications."

Sago Sago - Flash Animator, Software Engineer, and more

"Want to work with us building amazing toys for children? Write to us at jobs@sagosago.com and tell us why you think you'd be a great addition to our team. Specific openings are listed below, but we are always looking for talented and passionate people."



Rogue Legacy Now Available On Xbox One

Indie Developer Cellar Door Games have announced their rogue-like platformer Rogue Legacy is out now on Xbox One.  The game is already available on a variety of other platformers, so this gives you another method of playing the very excellent game.  It also comes with a 20% discount with Games for Gold.

Who will be picking up Rogue Legacy on Xbox One? I didn't get a chance to beat it on Vita, but I did die a lot.