Tunche (hack and slash) headed to Nintendo Switch on November 2nd

HypeTrain Digital have announced that their latest game for the Nintendo Switch, Tunche (a hack and slash developed by LEAP Game Studios), will be released on November 2nd in Europe and North America.

Here’s the latest trailer for the game, along with some details, the list of key features, and some screenshots:

With hand-drawn animations, Tunche is a hack and slash game that takes players on an adventure through the Amazon rainforest. The game features five characters, including Hat Kid from A Hat in Time.

There are local co-op and roguelike elements to approach the adventure in different ways each time. Each of the five heroes has their own playstyle, with unique skills and abilities that should be useful when facing the game’s multi-stage bosses. Experience will be gained from each playthrough, which allows you to progress through the story. Characters can be upgraded with experience to learn new moves and skills.

  • EXPLORE THE BREATHTAKING AMAZONIAN FORESTS: Tunche is a charming, hand-drawn beat’em up hack and slash game with roguelike elements. Travel through 4 worlds, each filled with unique enemies, bosses, challenges, and stories.
  • PLAY IN CO-OP: Play solo or join up to 3 of your friends in a local co-op session to uncover the mystery of the forest and the secrets of Tunche! 
  • FIND YOUR OWN PLAYSTYLE: Choose one of the five unique characters: Rumi, the sorceress, Pancho the musician, Qaru the bird boy, Nayra the warrior & Hat Kid from the highly acclaimed A Hat In Time. 
  • MASTER THE DIFFERENT SKILLS: To overcome the evil beasts of Amazonian forests you will have to learn the skills and ultimate abilities that will take you further through the story with each playthrough.

Tunche (Switch – eShop) comes out on November 2nd in Europe and North America.

Source: HypeTrain Digital (Steam) / HypeTrain Digital PR


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