‘Attention: This is the final call for fans of management simulators and co-op time management challenges. Please proceed to your Steam wishlists immediately. Shakes on a Plane is coming soon. I repeat, Shakes on a Plane is coming soon.’
Publisher Assemble Entertainment and developer Huu Games are delighted to announce today that the highly-anticipated co-op time management sim Shakes on a Plane will launch on Windows PC via Steam and Nintendo Switch on December 8, 2020. The hilariously chaotic couch co-op title challenges players to work together 30,000 feet up alongside completely unqualified strangers from around the globe (and beyond). Here’s the thing — this gang ain’t your momma’s airline cabin crew; the staff are complete strangers who have been abducted from all over the world and forced to work together as flight attendants. But to what end? And by whom?
Inspired by acclaimed chaotic co-op titles such as Overcooked and Unrailed, Shakes on a Plane challenges players to work together with the odds stacked against them. While there are plenty of laughs to be had, Shakes on a Plane encourages coordination and teamwork with intuitive controls and easy-to-learn, difficult-to-master gameplay mechanics. Power through 27 levels of globetrotting fun — literally — as Shakes on a Plane is available in 29 languages on Steam!
Those who think Shakes on a Plane is only about serving hot food are sorely mistaken; players are responsible for unpacking luggage, monitoring turbulence, and using special character skills to reach objectives. Whether it’s shooting passengers out of the plane, teleporting around the cabin, or turning into a box to protect oneself from imminent death-by-trolley, Shakes on a Plane makes the most out of an elevated situation!
Additional Features Include:
- Dangerously Difficult: No matter how unreasonable and ungrateful the passengers are or how outlandish their demands may be, the cabin crew must make it work. Every attendant has a job to do, no matter how vile.
- Quirky Co-Workers: Each attendant in the crew has a different outlook on life, and in turn, a unique special ability. Take Mr. Yrman for example — he was fed up with life as a prison guard, so becoming a flight attendant was the natural next step. He’s also a passionate knitter. Don’t judge every book by its cover!
- Fine Dining: As everyone knows, airline passengers will only accept the best of the best when it comes to in-flight cuisine. While you may not be boasting a Michelin Star, the crew is counting on you to work as a team to produce the very best shakes, burgers, coffee, and more.