Levelhead, the acclaimed level-creation platformer from Butterscotch Shenanigans, has just received a new update called The Void.
For the uninitiated, Levelhead sees you attempting to train a GR-18 delivery robot by constructing Limited Exercises for eValuating employEe Limitations, or LEVELs for short. Other players play those levels, and you play theirs.
Timed to coincide with the 75,000th user created level, the update adds a variety of new goodies to play with. These include the Shade, which will allow characters to maintain their momentum when teleporting, and a new level design feature called the Input Switch, which will enable players to activate contraptions using a variety of input methods.
In terms of new enemies, Levelhead is welcoming three pesky antagonists called Canoodle, Jibber/Jabber, and Peanut. They sound pretty harmless to us.
In addition to all this the Void update adds a variety of cosmetic options to the game, as well as some new music from composer Fatbird.
You can download Levelhead on the Google Play Store right now. It’s a premium title, costing $6.99, though you can have it for free if you’re a Google Play Pass subscriber.