3D platformer Lunistice will launch for Switch and PC via Steam and GOG on November 10 following a delay from its previously planned September 2 release date, publisher Deck13 Spotlight and developer A Grumpy Fox announced. It will cost $4.99 / £4.99 / €4.99. A demo is available now for PC.
Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:
Lunistice is a 3D platformer created with simple but fun gameplay and a cute PlayStation 1 / SEGA Saturn inspired art style in mind. Take the role of Hana the Tanuki and jump and fight through her dreams! What secrets await her on the moon—her final destination?
Lunistice features a retro look heavily inspired by early 90s 3D graphics with bouncy enemies and a fluffy heroine.
Lunistice was originally developed within 30 days as a challenge to A Grumpy Fox (which again was just “slightly” overshot by the developer, video games are hard). For transparency’s sake: he is also working for the publisher of the game, Deck13.
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- Really affordable.
- Experience seven different dreams.
- Test your skills in the included Speedrun Mode and play as characters from other games.
- Enjoy the good vibes and retro aesthetics.