Indie developer Dreamteck is now taking flight on Epic Games Store with their paper plane adventure, Lifeslide. Previously available on Steam for PC and on Apple Arcade the colorful low poly journey lets players take a zen paper plane through serenity.
An atmospheric paper plane flight through life awaits players. Presented in 28 unique story stages the vibrant and colorful 3D environments seamlessly flow into each other. All one needs to do is master the engineless flight mechanic and travel through the various locales. No text, no narration is needed as the story unfolds trough one’s travels and their experience.
Originally Lifeslide launched on Apple Arcade a little over two years ago. At that time the game featured only a story mode with 16 levels. Since then the story mode has been vastly expanded and includes two new game modes. Zen mode is an endless flight experience and Online mode is a multiplayer racing adventure.
Weekly challenges with leaderboards add a competitive element to the game. There are more than six paper planes with different play styles. An original score that contains electronic, rock, and orchestral elements accompanies gameplay. Full controller support is available.
With the growing popularity in the speedrunning community a new Speedrun mode has been added with the latest update. The best playthrough times are displayed on a leaderboard. A December update is being teased with a special Christmas event, more level extensions, more appearances and the possibility of modding support in the future.
Lifeslide is available on Windows PC now through Epic Games Store and Steam for $14.99 USD. A demo is available on the game’s Steam page for players to try out before purchasing. The game is also available on Apple Arcade. For more information about Lifeslide visit the game’s website at lifeslide.io.
Dreamteck Studio (@dreamteckstudio Twitter) is a small indie developer based in Sofia, Bulgaria. Founded by three university students in 2015, the studio originally focused on producing plug-ins for the Unity Engine. The also shared a common dream of creating an original title. After conceptualizing a game idea, the team began their self-fund journey in mid-2016 to develop what would become Lifeslide. Since the game’s Fall 2019 release on Apple Arcade the team has been working on expanding and improving the title.