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    GONNER2, the sequel to the award-winning platformer is coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC this October 22th

    Game publisher Raw Fury, along with developer Art in Heart, has revealed that GONNER2, the sequel to the IGF-winning GoNNER, will launch for PC via Steam and GOG, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch this October 22th.

    GONNER2 is a messily cute, procedurally generated action-platformer featuring roguelike elements that will keep you on your toes at all times. Or anyone else’s toes, if they’re standing too close. Prepare to wake your inner child as you fly across levels shooting everything that moves and pulling off crazy acrobatic kills, all the while trying to figure out what kind of crazy candy fueled, chaotically colourful world you have ended up in.

    But there’s more! Every time you play GONNER2 the levels will be completely different and present weirdly unique challenges and opportunities for you to take on, along with secrets to discover. And of course, not forgetting the heads (heads?), guns and upgrades. Lots and lots of heads, guns and upgrades. To boot, GONNER2 comes with even more colour and chaos than the original and introduces local co-op for up to 4 players, so the whole family can gather up in the couch and get at it together!


    • Intense platformer shooter action
    • Procedurally generated levels in a strange and surreal world
    • Nonlinear level structure
    • A bunch of heads, guns and upgrades that you can combine
    • Boss fights
    • Secrets & mysteries!


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