Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a critically acclaimed action-adventure game coming to PlayStation® 4 for the first time.
Combining traditional platforming with stunningly beautiful puzzle play, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will take you on a cinematic fairy-tale adventure.
When Max wishes for his annoying little brother to be whisked away he gets more than he bargained for… Armed with only his trusty Magic Marker, Max must journey to a hostile and unforgiving world to rescue his kidnapped kid brother, Felix.
Draw your way through lantern-lit bogs, ancient temples and lush-green-forests, as you take on Mustacho’s henchmen. Use the marker to overwhelm your enemies, define new pathways and protect you on your quest.
Do not waiver. Unleash the power of the Marker, find your way through a frightening and fantastical world and take down the evil Lord Mustacho.
Embark on a classic tale of brotherhood, as Max sets out on his quest to rescue his kid brother Felix, from the grasps of the evil lord Mustacho.
Explore a world filled to the brim with challenging physics puzzles and frantic platforming Climb, fight and draw your way through lantern-lit bogs, ancient temples and lush-green-forests.
Use the power of the marker to raise great pillars of dirt from the ground, reach new heights, grow trees to make bridges and create swinging vines to cross gaping chasms.
“A charming experience from beginning to end--and one that can be enjoyed by all but the youngest members of your family--it hits all the right notes.” – GamesRadar
“An outstanding puzzle platformer” – GameReactor.dk
“A magic and genuine experience in your hands” – Eurogamer.it
“A grand little adventure through a magical world full of mystery and awe” “the combination of cerebral puzzles with thrilling action offers up a bite-sized experience that is a welcome addition” – Destructoid
“A fantastic family-friendly puzzler” – Official Xbox Magazine UK
Xbox One Reviews
- Simon Parkin, Eurogamer
"The colors are brilliant, the lighting effects impressive, and the game's world is packed with detail. If it were a computer animated feature film, it would be one of the better looking releases of the past year."
- Ned Jordan, Games Temple
- Richard Grisham, Games Radarr
- Nick H, Digitally Downloaded