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Eight players can participate in treasure-stealing party game released today.

July 28, 2022

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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Game Developer and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource Games Press]

Author: MonAmiral

Tomb Robbing with Friends is an 8-player party game about messing with your friends to steal more treasure than them!

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Collect treasure, dodge traps, deliver your loot and score points. That’s one way to play the game. Here’s a better one: push your friends into traps, steal their treasure, and run away laughing maniacally as they fail to get revenge! It's a lot of fun to play and even more fun to watch.


It’s super easy to pick up the game: move with the joystick, interact with A, that’s it! Everything is done with the same button: pushing your friends, picking up treasure, activating traps, it’s easy! The game features procedurally generated levels, silly and cool modifiers to spice up each game, and more than 150 unlockable character cosmetics!

It will be released on July 28th 2022 on Steam for PC, after 6 months of development by a one-man team, MonAmiral! The game uses Steam Remote Play Together which lets you play online with only one game owner! Other players don’t need to buy or even download anything, they just hop in and play!



- 8-player chaotic fun: there are many ways to play, and most of them involve ruining friendships.
- Procedurally generated levels with 3 environments, each with their own traps, enemies and special variations!
- Modifiers to spice up your game, causing players to run all the time or make their head huge.
- Play online with Steam Remote Play (only one game owner! other players don't need to buy or download anything!)
- Many cosmetics to unlock: mathematics say there are 524880 possible combinations, wowza!


For additional information, please email [email protected] or visit the official website. Follow MonAmiral on Twitter

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