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5 Tips to Speedrun Chariot

Laurent Mercure's Avatar + Posted by Laurent Mercure on Feb 26, 2015

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Hello everyone! I’m Laurent Mercure, community manager at Frima. Last fall, we launched our latest game, Chariot, on PS4, and we were thrilled to have the PlayStation community embrace it! With Chariot, we wanted to make a game that was accessible and that players of different skill levels could play together and have a good time. My colleague Phil explained his vision in a previous post: Chariot, Bringing Gamers Together.

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Co-op Platformer Chariot Rolls to PS4 9/30

Philippe Dion's Avatar + Posted by Philippe Dion on Sep 23, 2014

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PS4 owners will be able to experience Chariot’s unique co-op platforming and spelunking goodness next Tuesday, September 30th.

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Chariot on PS4: Bringing Gamers Together

Philippe Dion's Avatar + Posted by Philippe Dion on Aug 22, 2014

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Chariot is a humorous, cooperative, physics-based platformer where a princess and her fiancé need to travel through a network of caves to find a resting place for their dead king, who takes the form of a hypochondriac ghost.

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Chariot Coming to PS4

Martin Brouard's Avatar + Posted by Martin Brouard on Apr 30, 2014

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I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to finally share some info about our new PS4 game with the PlayStation community. Our small team has been working on Chariot for a while now, and I can’t wait to see what you guys think of it.

Chariot is a 2D, couch co-op adventure platformer in which two players must work together to guide a chariot through underground levels using physics-based mechanics such as pushing, pulling, riding, reeling, and so on. But don’t worry; even though the game is designed for multiplayer shenanigans, it’s also super fun to play solo.

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Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge Invades PSN Today

Laurent Mercure's Avatar + Posted by Laurent Mercure on Apr 30, 2013

We are proud to announce that Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge is launching on PlayStation Store today. Since it’s Cross-Play and Cross-Buy, you’ll get both PS Vita and PlayStation 3 versions for just $9.99. PlayStation Plus members in the US can pick it up for free!

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The Many Classes of Zombie Tycoon 2: Samurai, Engineers and More

Laurent Mercure's Avatar + Posted by Laurent Mercure on Apr 17, 2013

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When we announced the release of Zombie Tycoon 2 right here on PlayStation.Blog, we were purposely a bit vague about the gameplay. But, now that the game’s release is only weeks away, we’ve got nothing to hide!

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Zombie Tycoon 2 Invades PS3 and PS Vita April 30th

Laurent Mercure's Avatar + Posted by Laurent Mercure on Mar 05, 2013

We at Frima Studio are excited to announce that the sequel to the best selling PlayStation Mini Zombie Tycoon is coming on April 30th! Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge will be a full-fledged, Cross Play and Cross Buy enabled digital title available for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita on PlayStation Network!

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Lights, Camera, Party! Delivers PlayStation Move Fun On August 28th

Martin Brouard's Avatar + Posted by Martin Brouard on Jul 31, 2012

Last year, my team at Frima Studio set out to create the ultimate PlayStation Move party game and in just a few weeks the whole world can enjoy the fruit of our labor on PSN. Lights, Camera, Party! embodies everything we think a party game should be; fast-paced, funny, quick to set up, social and full of a variety of mini-games, challenges and Trophies for a fresh experience each time you play. With only one Move controller required to play, it keeps the whole family on their feet and frantically passing the controller between fits of laughter.

You and your friends will step into the shoes of the Funzinis, a family forced to compete in an array of wild game shows to win a new home after the TV station’s satellite crash lands in their living room. In the primary Story mode, up to four players guide the Funzini family through five rounds, each modeled after a type of TV show (Cooking, News, Sci-Fi, and so on) that contain up to 24 fast-paced mini games.

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