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Max: Curse of Brotherhood has doodling and platforming

1:42 PM on 06.10.2013

Fraser Brown

Former Contributor

Brotherly love

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, the sequel to the puzzle platformer Max and the Magic Marker, had some gameplay footage to show off today at E3.

After wishing his annoying sibling away, Max must embark on a doodling adventure to rescue him. Physics-based platforming, magical drawing, and lots of jumping around can be expected. It's somewhat reminiscent of LIMBO and, visually, Trine. 

The Curse of Brotherhood is due out sometime in Spring for XBLA.

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