Puzzle platform adventure game Orn: The Tiny Forest Sprite coming to Switch on January 24

Play as a tiny forest sprite tasked with saving the land from darkness.

Orn: The Tiny Forest Sprite

Puzzle platform adventure game Orn: The Tiny Forest Sprite, which first launched for PC via Steam in December 2018, is coming to Switch via the Nintendo eShop on January 24 for $8.99, developer FIVE12 Games announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Beautiful levels and a lovable hero take the spotlight in Orn: The Tiny Forest Sprite, a 3D side-scroller inspired by both classic and modern platformers. Join the adventure and help Orn save the land, but be warned your journey will not be an easy one.

Key Features

  • Art Style: Orn features its own unique art style influenced by Mayan and Japanese culture. The addition of cell shading and the use of hand painted textures creates a unique vibrant art style.
  • Story: A fun engaging story, discover your true purpose and face unimaginable odds, to become the hero of legend.
  • Harder and Harder: The more you progress through each chapter the harder they get. Speed, patience, and a good memory are key.
  • Special Abilities
    • Frost Rune: Gain the ability to alter lava platforms, but be wary powerful magic often seems easier than it is.
    • Terra Rune: Grow, grow, grow. Use this powerful ability to gain an extra step up, with creation also comes destruction.
    • Darkroot Rune: Darkroot a power gained from piece of Nalu to phase through Dark Stems, however if used for too long Orn will be consumed by dark.
    • Moon Drip: Orn can’t jump without assistance from a stamina fruit, fill up your stamina bar and use your jumps wisely. Should you run out you’ll have to start again.

Watch a trailer for the Switch version below.

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