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2D precision platformer Sunblaze heading to Switch in June

Posted on May 10, 2021 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop


Bonus Stage Publishing and Games From Earth have announced that Sunblaze, their 2D precision platformer inspired by titles like Celeste and Super Meat Boy, will be landing on Switch next month. A release is planned for June 3.

Here’s some information about Sunblaze as well as a trailer:

Lead Josie, aka. Sunblaze into a superhero training simulator built by her dad, a retired protagonist fighting the evils of our universe. Sunblaze is a brain-twisting precision platformer.

”Whose blood is that on the walls?” -Josie

Do you think you’ve got what it takes to be an actual superhero? Well, then you need to help Josie to beat the superhero training simulator, and to become the hero our world needs!

In this beautiful, hand-crafted precision platformer, you’ll play as Josie, aka. Sunblaze, with a mission to complete your superhero training. Your dad, a former superhero himself, built the training simulator dreaming of your journey to become a superhero. The simulator is full of puzzles, brain-tickling challenges, double jumps, dashes, spikes, drones… And a purrfect sidekick: the cat. You have got a cat. What else do you need?

Well, skills. That’s what you need. Do you think you’ve got ’em? Dive into Sunblaze now, and be the hero… called Sunblaze.

All you need is a simple story
The story takes place inside a training simulator, where Josie is being trained to be a superhero by her father. There’s witty dialogue, embarrassing moments and of course the most important part of the family — the cat!

Smooth and gameplay driven
There’s no need to take a boring pause as you complete a level in Sunblaze. The in-game simulator calculates and draws you the next level immediately as you complete one! It is a delight to look at, but remember to keep your head clear – the next level is about to start! And there are over 500 of them – that’s right, over five hundred levels.

Sunblaze will cost $14.99 on the Switch eShop.

Source: Bonus Stage Publishing PR

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