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Baseball Riot coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 in December

Independent game developer 10tons Ltd have announced today the follow up to Tennis In The Face, Baseball Riot will officially launch on December 9th. The humorous physics based puzzle title will be available on the Xbox One via the ID@Xbox self-publishing program, Windows 10 PCs and tablets, Windows Phone, iOS, Android and Apple TV, with a January 2016 release date for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

Tero Alatalo, CEO of 10tons Ltd had the following to say,

[box type=”shadow” align=”aligncenter” class=”” width=””]“Baseball Riot is a fantastic sequel to Tennis in the Face, which has turned out to be quite the crowd-pleaser on consoles, desktop and mobile. Baseball Riot is slightly more refined in every way, and we’re looking to delight new and existing fans once again.” [/box]

Here is what we know about Baseball Riot;

Baseball Riot is a humorous physics based puzzle game. The player, as the baseball star Gabe Carpaccio, must travel through the US and clear more than 100 levels bristling with Explodz energy drink crazed villains. The gameplay is easy to pick up and play; the player simply lines up a shot, swings the bat and sees the ball knock out obnoxious fans, leery catchers, biased umpires and more. The player must bounce the ball of walls and obstacles to get the goons lurking behind cover.

Baseball Riots features include easy to pick up physics based puzzle gameplay, hillarious slapstick knockouts with ragdoll characters, over one hundred increasingly challenging levels and a three star scoring system.

Baseball Riot launches on December 9th for the Xbox One, Windows 10 PCs and tablets, Windows Phone, iOS, Android and Apple TV and January for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

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