Queensland-developed Hands Off! now available on PC, Mac, Linux

The Queensland-developed Hands Off! is now available on Windows PC, Mac and Linux.

Hands off! is a 1v1 local multiplayer game described by its developers at i2n Games as “about ambidexterity, friends, putting pegs in holes and hitting each other.”

“Our game started with pegs,” said Quinn Schwab, one half of i2n. “Specifically, the idea of fitting a square peg in a round hole.

“We soon realised that was impossible (who knew?), and went for a game where there’s a hole for every peg. The goal is simple: get the pegs into the holes before your opponent does. Doing this is tricky: you each control two hands at the same time.”

The game is available for $4.99 USD (or more, if you’re feeling generous) at i2n’s website.

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