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Fox n Forest could head to switch!

by onJanuary 25, 2017

Hey All Nintendo Nuggets Fan today we bring you with a bit of News today

FoxnForest could be heading to the Nintendo Switch in the near future.

Fox n Forest is a classical 2D action 16 bit action platformer which brings back those amazing moments from the Snes Era. Fox n Forest is being developed by Bonus Level Entertainment which is a team located in Germany. Take a look at the trailer to get a better idea of this game and what to expect as well. Retro Gaming doesn’t die and here we have a team that proves that retro gaming still lives regardless of the years that pass.

Here are a few details about the game

FOX n FORESTS is a 2D 16-Bit style action platformer with adventure and puzzle elements, empowering you to switch seasons on the fly!

This game was inspired by the glorious days of 16-Bit and all time classics like Super Ghouls ’n Ghosts, Wonder Boy in Monster World and ActRaiser 2 as well as the Castlevania and Zelda series.

play as Rick the Fox and your weapon is a magic melee crossbow that can not only be used for ranged and close up combat, but empowers you to seamlessly switch between 2 seasons per level, completely changing the whole environment and resulting in amazing secrets, tricky skill tests and thriving exploration!

Pixel perfect platforming, screen filling bosses, rich bonus levels, powerful potions, bags of loot, stuffed shops, clever backtracking, challenging skill tests, a magic melee crossbow to shoot and slash enemies, upgrade-able shots, not 4 but 5 seasons to explore, stunning 16-Bit pixel art, a catchy chip tunes soundtrack and tons of humorous retro charm combined with the luxuries of modern game design will make FOX n FORESTS a worthy revival of games from the Golden Age.


Here is a video of the team behind the game

Here are the links for their twitter account, Click Here for the game twitter and Click Here for the Game director twitter.

We hope to have more info for all of you in the near future.

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  • Stufa

    A shame it’s not coming to Wii U.
    I’m getting fed up of the floods of retro inspired platformers, but this one looks instantly fun.
    It looks like the team went over classic games with a fine tooth comb.