How Many Ways Can You Die On Your PS4?


Heading to the PlayStation 4 on March 23, 101 Ways to Die looks to give you diabolical control of maming, killing and destroying the Splatts.

With over 50 levels of gruesome goodness, you take on the role of Dr. Splatunfuder looking to ensure the timely demise of your lab created creatures in the most ingenious ways possible. Think of this as Saw meets Lemmings meets The Incredible Machine and then add in a few hundred gallons of blood. Should we call the Red Cross for this one or nah?

Take a look at some in-game screenshots in the gallery.

Checkout the trailer here.


Read the full press release below.

Mad scientist, inventor, and weapons manufacturer of questionable sanity, Dr. Splatunfuder, has just finished cutting together a brand new trailer for upcoming physics-based puzzler, 101 Ways to Die – which you can handily watch right now at the following link:

Developed by independent UK studio, Four Door Lemon, 101 Ways to Die seamlessly combines strategic and timing-based gameplay with a hilariously twisted concept.

Dr Splatunfuder has dedicated his life’s work to a twisted “recipe book” focused on the death of his enemies. However, an unfortunate laboratory accident resulted in the destruction of the first draft. As the ethically challenged assistant of Dr Splatunfuder, players must assist him piecing the fragments back together; page by page; chapter by chapter; kill by kill as they progress through a fiendishly clever array of game puzzles.

By utilizing a variety of madcap and deadly implements, players must trap and punish lab-created creatures known as Splatts – before ripping them apart in the most stylish and imaginative ways possible. And whatever you do, don’t let them escape.

Players will be able to get their (soon-to-bloody) hands on the game soon, when it hits Steam on March 22, PlayStation®4 on March 23, and Xbox One on March 24.

For more information head on over to the official website over at and remember, it’s not about killing… It’s about killing in style!

Written by Ben Palmer

Ben Palmer

An avid video game enthusiast who loves collector’s editions, retro gaming & the history of this great hobby.

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