The creators behind Tumblestone and The Bridge are bringing a new puzzle goodness to Nintendo Switch owners.
About Almost There: The Platfomer
The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, creator of the award-winning titles ‘The Bridge’ and ‘Tumblestone’, is announcing their first third-party title. Later this month QAG is publishing ‘Almost There: The Platformer’, an unforgiving, dexterity-heavy platformer. Drawing influences from N++, Super Meat Boy, and The Impossible Game, ‘Almost There’ sets itself apart with a fresh take on the platformer-running mechanic, with unique level design and a minimalist aesthetic.
‘Almost There’ is releasing internationally on February 19, 2019 to Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, and to Nintendo Switch two days later. The price will be $9.99 USD. Notably, ‘Almost There’ is the first console game to ever release from Bangladesh.
Full game details and features:
Sprint between saw blades while dodging homing missiles. Duck under lasers while the floor crumbles beneath you. Almost There was designed specifically for fans of the hardcore platforming genre – you’ve been warned.
- 100% Dexterity Platforming: Almost There provides uninterrupted platforming awesomeness.
- Hours and Hours of Gameplay: With over 150 stages and timed challenges, Almost There will kill you thousands of times.
- Spikes, Saws, Lasers, Missiles, Oh My!: Everything in Almost There is designed to kill you. Enjoy.
- Created for platformer fans, by platformer fans.
The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild have revealed that Almost There: The Platformer will be hitting the Nintendo Switch eShop on 21 February 2019, for $9.99 USD.
Dive into an unforgiving 2D experience, and get ready to tear your hair out!