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Lunistice update 1.05b

Lunistice got its latest update on Switch, and version 1.05b is available now. With the patch, it’s now in line with the current PC version.

One notable highlight here is a “Smooth Camera” option intended to address motion sickness that some players may have experienced. A number of balance adjustments and fixes are implemented as well.

Here’s the full rundown:

Lunistice update 1.03

A new version 1.03 update just went live for Lunistice on Switch.

Today’s patch is a pretty significant one. It comes with new additions, including a Smooth Turning option. Numerous stages have also been rebalanced, bugs have been addressed, and more.

The full patch notes for the Lunistice version 1.03 update are as follows:

Lunistice gameplay

A bunch of gameplay has emerged for Lunistice. The title, a retro-inspired platformer, came to Switch this week thanks to Deck13 and A Grumpsy Fox.

More information can be found in the following overview:

Lunistice trailer

Lunistice, the retro-inspired 3D platformer, has received a new launch trailer. Deck13 and A Grumpy Fox brought the game to Switch this week.

If you’re interested in learning more, check out the following overview:

Lunistice, the 3D platformer from Deck13 and A Grumpy Fox, has received a final release date on Switch. The two sides announced today that the title is arriving on November 10, 2022.

You may recall that Lunistice was previously planned for September. However, the extra time was used for finetuning. Additionally, two guest characters from the Toree series and Holomento will be appearing thanks to the extended development.

Lunistice delayed

Lunistice has been delayed and will not be out next month as originally planned. The PS1 / SEGA Saturn-inspired 3D platformer will now likely launch later in 2022.

We first found out about Lunistice back in May. Originally, it was lined up to launch on September 2.


Publisher Deck13 and developer Deck13 today announced that Lunistice, a 3D platformer with an art style inspired by original PlayStation and SEGA Saturn titles, is on the way for Switch. It already has a confirmed release date of September 2, 2022.

In the game, players will take on the role of Hana the Tanuki. You’ll jump and fight through her dreams, with the moon being her final destination. There’ll be a total of seven different dreams to explore. Speedrun Mode will be included, and it’ll be possible to play as characters from other games.

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