Midnight City, Majesco's indie publishing label, has announced launch timetables for two of its upcoming games. Blood of the Werewolf, which launched on Steam last year, will stalk Xbox 360 and PS3 sometime between April and the end of June, while Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche will hit Steam this spring.
Blood of the Werewolf, a 2D platforming game about a mother (and werewolf) seeking revenge for her slain husband and abducted child, comes to consoles with some additional content. Endless Challenge mode provides a non-stop parade of procedurally generated rooms to overcome. PC owners can look forward to this content in a free update after the console versions launch.
Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche is the sequel to Chris Peterson's original free-to-play Flash game, Avalanche, which has been played more than 60 million times. Avalanche 2 will continue the platform-climbing tradition of its predecessor on Steam, challenging players to see how high their marshmallow avatar can climb. A pool of deadly liquid is ever-encroaching from the bottom of the screen, while the game dumps blocks and other stepping stones.
Blood of the Werewolf is currently available for $10 on PC through Steam. It was given the Steam Greenlight in October of last year and launched just before Halloween. Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche is currently in beta testing, which you can buy into now for $5.