Based in Santiago de Compstela, Spain
PC: 10 April 2020, Xbox: 23 October 2020
English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese
E for Everyone, PEGI 3, USK 0
BH Trials is a physics-based obstacle course game where you drive a digger with no transmission, steering, or brakes. You will have to learn how to move by only controlling the digger's arm. The game uses realistic digger controls on a not so realistic environment.
Each level presents the player with a new puzzle that focuses on a new way to move with the only help of the articulated arm. Crawl, climb and fly. Push buttons, move weights, roll balls or open doors; in this bizarre sport of digger parkour. Do it fast and get three stars, try to avoid breaking anything on your way, and find the hidden toys at each level.
BH Trials also includes a cooperative game mode where up to four players have to collaborate to move a spider-like machine. Let me explain, we took one digger and attached four arms to it. Now, each player can control one of the arms at a time. Find three friends and try to move like one entity on this fever-driven creation that will put your friendship to the test.
- Drive a digger.
- But with no transmission, no steering and no brakes.
- Realistic digger controls: Switch between ISO and SAE configurations.
- A challenging experience: Learn to walk.
- Single Player Campign: 20 courses and aditional unlockable levels.
- Overworld map: Select between different paths.
- Leaderboards: Compete against friends and people around the world.
- Collectibles: Find the toy excavators hidden in each level.
- Extra challenges: Try not to break anything on your way to the goal.
- Couch Co-op Game Mode: for up to four players in the same console.
- A mechanical spider!
- Music: An exclusive sound track composed and produced by enveloop.
About Pico Sacro Games
Pico Sacro Games is a tiny games studio based in the north-west of Spain and composed by two industry veterans: Oscar Sebio Cajaraville (programming, design and art) and Jose Luis Gonzalez Castro (sound and music).