Hand-drawn Action-Platformer EarthNight, out now on Nintendo Switch and Steam

Hand-drawn Action-Platformer EarthNight, out now on Nintendo Switch and Steam

EarthNight, the hand-drawn Action-Platformer, set during the dragon apocalypse and featured in this year’s Nintendo Indie World presentation, lands today on Nintendo Switch and Steam for Windows PC and Mac.

Skydive from humanity’s last refuge in outer space, plunging down from orbital colonies into the dragon-infested skies below. Liberate the planet by taking the fight to these beasts, running and bounding along the creatures’ serpentine backs toward weak points to deliver a final blow.

To survive until that moment, heroes Sydney and Stanley must harness their distinct abilities to overcome a gauntlet of obstacles and swarms of enemies that stand in their way. Sydney, a teen with ethereal powers, can double jump and make swooping attacks. Meanwhile, Stanley can hop high in the air, perform long heaps, and slice through enemy formations with his sword.

Throughout the journey, EarthNight is a breathtakingly beautiful experience, brought to life by Paul “Manhattan” Davey, who painstakingly rendered tens of thousands of frames of animation by hand. The energetic soundtrack, composed by Paul “Chipocrite” Weinstein, combines chiptunes created with Game Boys and with real-world instruments and contributions from Final Fantasy Tactics, Final Fantasy XII, and Valkyria Chronicles series composer Hitoshi Sakimoto.

For more information, be sure to check out their official website, here. Feel free to join the Cleaversoft community on Twitter and Facebook.

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