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    Avenger Bird is Available Now for Nintendo Switch

    Avenger Bird, developed by TiliaSoft and publish by Ultimate Games S.A. is now available for the Nintendo Switch since February 5th. Avenger Bird is a retro-style platformer game with its own unique control and gameplay that lets players assume the role of a bird that goes on the journey to save his kidnapped bird buddies.

    According to the developer Parryk Zielinski, this game is a kind of tribute to the shareware computer games back in the 1990s and the spiritual successor to the classic games that are available on PC and Amiga. Avenger Bird is not just a platformer retro game but it also has its own unique features and characters.

    With a total of 32 different levels in 4 different kinds of worlds, it only takes about 3-5 hours to complete them all.

    “Each level has its difficulty indicated so that the player knows the amount of challenge he can count on. The beginnings are not too difficult but the challenge is increased in subsequent stages. Often the key is to find the right method and not just our agility. Completing the game 100 percent, including the collection of hidden boxes with diamonds, is quite a demanding attempt. Starting each level we have to take into consideration – as in the old times – a limited number of lives”Added Patryk Zieliński.

    Main features of Avenger Bird:

    • unique retro design;
    • 4 worlds, 32 levels;
    • unusual control;
    • varied levels of challenges;
    • hidden boxes with diamonds;
    • Easter eggs;
    • epic encounter with the boss.

    Avenger Bird is available on Nintendo eShop for USD 2.30 (approx MYR 9.40)

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