The 2016 top-download exploration RPG Crashlands was very good, but as we noted in our review it was also “tuned for a mobile experience” first and foremost. Developer Butterscotch Shenanigans announced the followup, Levelhead, in March 2019, and after a year in Early Access it went into full release today. 

Levelhead shares the same underlying universe as Crashlands—you’re still an employee of the Bureau of Shipping, “the galaxy’s premiere package delivery corporation”—but instead of an action RPG, it’s a platformer. There’s a full-on singleplayer campaign with more than 90 levels, leaderboards, and bonus content like unlockable avatars. Importantly, while it’s available on PC, consoles, and mobile, it’s designed with a much greater emphasis on feeling “at home” on each platform. I’ve tried it, and unlike Crashlands, it doesn’t feel like it was built for a touchscreen interface and then ported to PC.

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