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Switch getting gravity-based platformer “Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world”

Posted on June 6, 2020 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world

During today’s Indie Live Expo 2020 presentation, it was revealed that “Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world” is planned for Switch. Other than the actual confirmation, there’s no word on a release window currently.

Here’s an overview of the gravity-based platformer plus a trailer:

Things are getting weird in the sixteen-thousandth century, where Reggie comes from: Suddenly, nobody remembers the age-old twelfth century at all! What happened there? Was there ever a twelfth century at all? Nobody knows…

Despite the fact that it has taken place waaaay back in time, the loss of the twelfth century has dramatic consequences in the far future: Science appears not to be developed anymore, which consequently affects Reggie and his friends. Their daring adventure begins when they travel to the past to give a well known scientist the little push he needs to come up with his gravity theory. Of course nothing works out as expected, so this turns out to be just the beginning of their journey!

“Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world” features a rich quirky plot which involves a grumpy scientist from the sixteenth century, black holes, time travel, dinosaurs, a gnome University, alternative dark dimensions and an unexpected final villain who likes the universe without science better. Humour is a constant and frequent plot twists keep the player guessing about what will happen next!

Features

– Rich fully hand drawn cartoony worlds and cutscenes with traditional animation
– Unique levels with player combos, powerups, collectables and epic boss battles
– Innovative storytelling with Reggie’s Blackboard; play through multiple timelines
– Revolutionary local two-player mode; play as Reggie’s cousin
– Original Sound Track; new themes in every level and cutscene

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