Trash TV Brings Explosive Platforming to PC This January

It seems that Lawrie’s Games are looking to bring back the 90s era of platformers with Trash TV. Just like how every game back then needed a “mascot” character, this one has a living CRT TV. The story begins with this poor, boxy television set getting sent to a recycling center. Once there it’ll somehow get hold of machine guns, C4, and shotguns.

Trash TV is a violent sort of platformer. Weapons are used to solve puzzles in the most explosive ways possible. Sometimes they’ll also need to be used against rogue machines stuck in the dump with you. This action platformer has been in development since 2011 but is finally nearing release.

You’ll be able to play Trash TV when it launches this January on both Windows and Mac.