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The preview was part of Humble Monthly November 2016
In a time where new gadgets are invented every day this is our final tribute to the keyboard before it goes extinct.
Keyboard Sports is a humoristic adventure game with a surprisingly tiny amount of actual sports in it. You play as a young apprentice of Master QWERTY who helps you find your inner key and take CTRL of all the keys. The game is controlled in a completely new way where you move around on an actual keyboard.
The simple aesthetics, intricately handcrafted sounds and grandiose orchestral score recorded by the Macedonian Radio Symphonic Orchestra, enables you to rediscover how amazing your keyboard really is.
This game will never be available on Playstation, Xbox, iOS, Android or Virtual Reality.
A preview was available in the Humble Monthly in November 2016 and a full release presented by Humble is planned autumn 2017. Price: TBA
- "Keyboard Sports turned my Spacebar into a couch and that is so darn delightful. Thank you for that, Keyboard Sports."
- Chris Priestman, KillScreen
- "Keyboard Sports takes the entirety of your keyboard and turns it into a gamecontroller/landscape, as well as embracing the wordplay potential of the idea. It’s a really charming."
- Philippa Warr Rock Paper Shotgun
- "the game isn’t actually a sports title; instead, it’s more of an adventure game where just moving around can be a challenge. Unlike most PC games, Keyboard Sports doesn’t just use a select few keys — instead, it utilizes all of them."
- Andrew Webster, The Verge
- "Given that many of your keyboard's keys never get much of any loving, isn't it time you gave them a little workout through some ridiculous minigames?"
- Joel Couture, Indiegames.com
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About TribandTriband is a tiny new studio by not so new people. It's based in Copenhagen and founded by Tim Garbos (Progress to 100), Peter Bruun and Rune K. Drewsen. Keyboard Sports will most likely be the studios first published title and it will only get weirder from here on.