XPEC Entertainment is proud to announce that they’ll be self-publishing the artistic and charming platformer Do Not Fall on the PlayStation Network on July 23 of this year.

The colorful game puts players in the role of a brave and eager adventurer named Pipi who lives inside a drink vending machine. Players control Pipi over seven different themed worlds on a quest to create the perfect beverage, all while avoiding disappearing titles, obstacles, and traps along the way. The final game will feature 70 different levels players will have to overcome in their search for different ingredients.

Do Not Fall will also feature six different multiplayer modes supporting up to four-player competitions to see who among gamers’ friends is the frostiest platformer.

Pipi's on a mission

“Do Not Fall delivers a simple yet addictive action-platform experience that hardcore and casual gamers alike will enjoy,” Wonder Lin XPEC Entertainment CEO Wonder Lin said. “The gameplay is easy to learn yet challenging and exciting to master with a compelling price point.”

To stay updated on the latest game announcements, check out  Do Not Fall’s Facebook page or its official website.

Founded in Taipei, Taiwan in August of 2000, XPEC Entertainment is now one of the leading developers in China.

In 2008, in a partnership with Activision, XPEC released an action adventure game based on the animated film Kung Fu Panda. The game sold over one million copies worldwide. Shrek: Forever After and Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure are two other titles that stand as solid milestones in XPEC Entertainment’s track record.

The studio also developed the sci-fi MMORPG Bounty Hounds Online and the flash-based title Maze Myth.

XPEC Entertainment doesn’t just develop games, either. The company also provides professional art outsourcing services. XPEC Art Center, located in Suzhou, has provided work for over 100 current-gen titles including The Last of Us, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, Tomb Raider, and many more.