Snap Up The Awesome Looking New Platformer, EarthNight, Out Now on Nintendo Switch and PC

Without wanting to sound too prejudiced, dragons are always causing trouble. Burning stuff, imprisoning princesses (like a scaly patriarchy), heralding the end times, etc. The sheer audacity of it all! EarthNight, the action-platformer set during the (probably inevitable) dragon apocalypse and featured in this year’s Nintendo Indie World presentation, lands today on Nintendo Switch and Steam for Windows PC and Mac.

Skydive from humanity’s last refuge in outer space, plunging down from orbital colonies into the dragon-infested skies below. Liberate the planet by taking the fight to these beasts, running and bounding along the creatures’ serpentine backs toward weak points to deliver a final blow.
Just LOOK at it in action!
To survive until that moment, heroes Sydney and Stanley must harness their distinct abilities to overcome a gauntlet of obstacles and swarms of enemies that stand in their way. Sydney, a teen with ethereal powers, can double jump and make swooping attacks; meanwhile, Stanley can hop high in the air, perform long leaps, and slice through enemy formations with his sword.
Do NOT pat this doggo…
While surmounting these challenges, the pair can search for secrets, warp zones, and helpful items hidden throughout the levels to aid them in their journey. Between runs, they can trade water and trophies like dragon eggs, teeth, and eyes to Dr. Dave the Appraiser in return for powerups, including enchanted weapons, shields, magical potions, a mind-control device, and more.
Throughout the journey, EarthNight is a breathtakingly beautiful experience brought to life by Paul “Mathattan” Davey, who painstakingly rendered tens of thousands of frames of animation by hand. The energetic soundtrack, composed by Paul “Chipocrite” Weinstein, combines chiptunes created with Game Boys and with real-world instruments, and features contributions from Final Fantasy TacticsFinal Fantasy XII, and Valkyria Chronicles series composer Hitoshi Sakimoto.
It looks absolutely stunning in action, giving off high-speed Zool and Sonic vibes. Stay tuned at The Insatiable Gamer, and we hope to let you know our verdict in the near future!
Saving the world never looked so rad