Lovely Planet, the new game published by No Time To Explain creators tinyBuild Games, is now available on Steam. Unlike the 2D platformer the studio is known for, Lovely Planet is a 3D first-person shooter focused on classic run-jump-shoot gameplay a la Unreal Tournament. Only, instead of meaty bits and graphic violence, we see a whole lot of bright colors and landscapes that remind us of Katamari Damacy.
A release trailer touts that the game is rendered in 1080p resolution and runs at 60 frames per second, though we imagine that's something of a joke; the game doesn't feature highly-detailed textures or complex animations, and both proclamations are accompanied by an asterisk noting that "conditions apply." Conditions like the fact it's a PC game, perhaps?
You can explore developer QUICKTEQUILA's Lovely Planet on Steam for $5.09 until August 7, at which point it will rise to $6.
[Image: tinyBuild Games]