No Goblin, a new indie founded by former Harmonix and Twisted Pixel designer Dan Teasdale, has unveiled its first title – open world driving game Roundabout, which features a spinning limousine. Yes, you’d better come through and watch the trailer, I think.
Roundabout is set in 1977, the year “the world’s first ‘revolving chauffeur'” debuted. Players take on the role of Georgio Manos, and attempt to navigate their spinning limo through an open-world city. Upgrades include helicopters and submersibles, and there are collectibles to accumulate.
Roundabout will go on sale next year for $15 for PC and undisclosed consoles, but you can pre-order now for $10 to score the soundtrack and digital art books.
No Goblin is hoping to secure Steam release for Roundabout through Greenlight.