A new rage-inducing physics challenge is heading to the Steam storefront. Pantless, a new multiplayer title from indie developer Pebbles Games, will feature a demo during June’s Steam Next Fest ahead of its July 2nd release.

Inspired by Getting Over It With Bennett Foddy, Pantless is a wild, physics-based multiplayer game where pants are strictly prohibited! Players must navigate increasingly difficult terrain, using objects in their surroundings to progress through obstacles and reach new heights. A range of environments awaits–including galactic worlds, skeletal scenery, and mushroom trampolines–offering a new challenge at every turn. Challenge your friends to the fun in the game’s multiplayer mode to see who is the best Pantless player.

Key Features

Customizable Characters: Express your style with a variety of tops, hats, and accessories—pants are off-limits!

Physics-Based Challenges: Master the art of movement with a complex physics engine that makes each step unpredictable.

Multiplayer Mayhem: Connect with friends and play through the chaos together in real-time multiplayer mode.

Baby Mode: Not a fan of relentless difficulty? ‘Baby Mode’ introduces checkpoints to help you keep your cool.

Vibrant Worlds: Each level brings its own unique theme and set of ridiculous challenges that will test your patience and skills.

Pantless’ demo is available now for June’s Steam Next Fest, The full game will be released on July 2nd for PC. Check out the developer’s Discord to connect with the community and learn about future projects.

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