Creature in the Well coming to PS4 on March 31

Top-down, pinball-inspired, hack-and-slash dungeon crawler.

Creature in the Well

Publisher MWM Interactive and developer Flight School Studio will release Creature in the Well for PlayStation 4 on March 31 for $14.99, the companies announced.

MWM Interactive also announced iam8bit will release physical editions of Creature in the Well for PlayStation 4 and Switch, which will include limited edition art cards and special box art. More details will be announced in the coming weeks.

The top-down, pinball-inspired, hack-and-slash dungeon crawler first launched for Xbox One, Switch, and PC in September 2019.

Here is an overview of the game, via MWM Interactive:

About

As the last remaining BOT-C unit, venture deep into a desert mountain to restore power to an ancient facility, haunted by a desperate Creature. Uncover and upgrade powerful gear in order to free the city of Mirage from a deadly sandstorm.

Key Features

  • Pinball with Swords – Charge up energy orbs, then bounce and ricochet them to reactivate dormant machinery and stop the sandstorm.
  • Defeat the Creature – Escape the many challenges set by the Creature and confront it in intricate, skillful battles.
  • Dungeon-Crawler – Delve deeper into the mountain as you unlock eight hand-crafted dungeons, each filled with unique gameplay themes, unlockables, and secrets to uncover.
  • Over 20 Unique Items – Customize your playstyle with upgradeable weapons and clothing that change how you play the game.

Watch a trailer for the PlayStation 4 version below.

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