HomeNewsSci-Fi puzzler Ego Protocol: Remastered slides onto the Nintendo Switch this February

    Sci-Fi puzzler Ego Protocol: Remastered slides onto the Nintendo Switch this February

    Ego Protocol: Remastered is a mix of classic platformer and logical game with retro, handmade graphics which published by No Gravity Games is heading to Nintendo Switch on February 21, 2020.

    Guiding your humanoid character to safety is not easy, and to create a safe passage through the abandoned orbital station, cunning strategy and quick reflexes is required. In order to overcome enemies and obstacles, and to reach the end of each level, you can jump, shoot and manipulate the world.

    Enemy robots will stand in your way, as will sentry guns, mines, trap doors and many other deadly hazards. Suitable to players of all ages and experience levels, prepare yourself for an exciting gameplay experience packed full of fun. Be smart and quick, solve puzzles and avoid traps! Guide your robot safely!

    • A mixture of logical and classical platform games!
    • 60 levels and 4 different mechanics of playing!
    • Unique stage mechanics framed in a hand-made graphics!
    • Control the surroundings in order to lead the main character to the exit so that to avoid dangers and obstacles lurking on his way!
    • Fast pace of playing with several ways to complete the levels!
    • Find out if you can think fast enough!

    Ego Protocol: Remastered will be available at Nintendo eShop on February 21st for USD 4.99 (approx MYR 21). Players can enjoy a 20% discount for pre-ordering the game. For players who have owned any of the games released by No Gravity Games (Strike Force Kitty, Nonograms Prophecy, Dream Alone, Exorder, Rawr-Off, Pirates: All Aboard!) can get a 50% discount from the SRP.

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