File this under the category of "Games you might have missed." Back in September, indie developer No Goblin released a quirky driving game called Roundabout. With Full Motion Video cutscenes driving its story, Roundabout saw players spinning their car around to reach their destinations in a puzzle-adventure environment. Those that missed its arrival on PC now have a chance to catch it on Xbox One, as No Goblin has announced a February 20 release date.
Roundabout tells the story of Georgio Manos, the most famous revolving chauffeur of the 1970s. Players must pick up passengers and squeeze through tight spaces, all while stuck in a perpetual spinning motion. The story, as one might imagine, is about as silly as the concept, with over-the-top acting and wacky FMV cutscenes.
Roundabout will arrive on Xbox One this Friday for $14.99. Meanwhile, those looking to catch up with the game on Steam can find it there right now for the same price.