Imagine a top-down limousine driving game with a huge open-world, now imagine instead of driving straight forward or backwards the limo can only spin clockwise or counter clockwise. Introducing Roundabout, a gloriously unique and creative title from No Goblin that, well, is exactly as I described above. No Goblin says they're taking inspiration from Crazy Taxi, Tony Hawk, and Kuru Kuru Kururin, to which I say: take my money, please.
Georgio Manos is our esteemed limo driver in Roundabout, and while driving itself will be a complicated process there's much more to the game than that:
"Each ride with Georgio is truly unique. One day he'll be hunting rare collectibles through winding side streets, the next you might be the lucky first passenger to test out his new "Helicopter" or "Submersible" upgrades.
One thing is for sure: you'd better buckle up and enjoy the only chauffeur... with a twist!"
Oh god, the pun, No Goblin. Why the pun. I do not want it.
Roundabout is available for pre-purchase right now at a discounted price of $9.99, but will increase to $14.99 at launch. Planned for PC and console release, Roundabout still has to run the gauntlet of Steam Greenlight and whatever publishing requirements consoles expect of developers these days. Good luck with that, No Goblin! We'll play your game no matter where it is, starting 2014.