Metal Unit Drops on Nintendo Switch June 17th

Metal Unit, the sprawling sci-fi action platformer published by NEOWIZ and developed by JellySnow Studio, is launching for Nintendo Switch on June 17th. 

Crafted in a beautiful sci-fi pixel-art style, Metal Unit is a 2D side-scrolling action-packed experience. Telling the tragic story of humanity’s battle to reclaim its home from the clutches of monsters and machines.

Employing classic rogue-lite elements alongside a persistent, point-based research tree, players will unlock new items and skills with every playthrough. With no shortage of weapons and attacks to choose from, players can easily adapt.

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This has been a labor of love, and from the start, we wanted to get it to the Nintendo Switch players,” said Tae Hoon Kim, Art Director at JellySnow Studio. “We can’t wait to see players outfit their personalized M-Unit 11 suits and decide how to regain control of Earth.”

Metal Unit includes two difficulty modes, Normal and Hell, tons of difficult bosses to conquer. More than 50 unique enemy types, and hundreds of obtainable items to utilize. Currently available on Steam. The game supports many languages.

For more information visit the game’s eShop Page

About JellySnow Studio:
JellySnow Studio is a small indie development studio comprised of three core members. They began working on Metal Unit in the summer of 2018, and have been developing the game remotely ever since. Metal Unit initially received support through a Korean crowdfunding site called Tumblbug.

Established in 1997, NEOWIZ, Inc is a pioneer in social platforms and online games. As one of the leading game companies in Korea, the company has successfully published a wide variety of PC and mobile games through since 2003.

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