Indie news (March 7): AWAY announced for the Nintendo Switch / Creeping Terror (3DS) headed west
Today’s Indie news: Away announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Creeping Terror
- Blaster Master Zero
AWAY: Journey to the Unexpected
Yesterday, Aurélien Regard (creator of The Next Penelope) revealed his next game. Called AWAY: Journey to the Unexpected, it’s described as “colorful first person adventure game”, that combines action, negociation, and a rogue-lite environement.
While there is a story to progress through, you’re free to choose your path in each level, and to recruit allies (that you will have to convince first, so they can join your team). The fun thing is, all the characters you meet in the game can be played in first-person.
AWAY: Journey to the Unexpected is developed by Aurélien Regard, and Jim Gennisson (who worked as level designer on the Rayman franchise).
Here’s the teaser trailer and some screenshots:
AWAY: Journey to the Unexpected will be released later this year, in Europe and North America.
Today, Sushi Typhoon Games announced that a demo of Creeping Terror would be playable in English at PAX East this week-end (from March 10th to March 12th).
Here’s some screenshots in English:
For those who don’t know, Creepign Terror is an adventure game released in Japan a few weeks ago, on the Nintendo 3DS. Unfortunately, we do not have a release date for Europe and North America, but the game has been added to the Upcoming Releases page.
Blaster Master Zero
Here’s the first character profile for Blaster Master Zero, which is for Jason Frudnick!
Meet Jason Frudnick, the main protagonist of Blaster Master Zero! He's a robotic engineering genius with a strong sense of curiosity! pic.twitter.com/vmeHf6PgDm
— Inti Creates (@IntiCreatesEN) March 7, 2017
Blaster Master Zero (3DS, Switch – eShop) comes out on March 9th in Europe and North America.