Life Goes On: Done to Death is a 2D puzzle-platformer for Steam and PlayStation 4. Each level holds a chalice protected by traps, spikes, switches, levers, and relays. Crossing these obstacles will require the ultimate sacrifice — but your death will not be in vain: each character's corpse remains behind, serving as a foothold or trigger for the next hero.
This interview with Erik Johnson of Infinite Monkeys Entertainment, we discuss how the Done to Death expansion updates the game from its original 2014 release; the experience of working with Sony for the game's 2016 console debut; how Life Goes On began as a gamejam and what other classic games inspired or are similar to it; what's up with Jeff, the troll who eats knights; and whether we'll see a two-player co-op mode in a future version of the game.
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- Life Goes On: Done to Death
- Erik Johnson on Twitter
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