Humble Games has announced that 3D action-platforming adventure Protodroid Delta will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch later this month on May 25th, 2023.
Taking place in a solarpunk world, Protodroid Delta features fast and fluid gameplay with some exceptionally bright and colourful visuals to boot. It comes from Adam Kareem, a developer who was one of the first to receive funding from Humble Games via the Black Game Developer Fund, and is the first to launch a game as a result of the initiative.
Here's a look at the game's key features:
- Dynamic 3D action platforming - Draw upon DeLTA’s extraordinary dexterity and distinctive arsenal to navigate challenging stages. Jump and shoot in fast and fluid 3D gameplay channeling the 2D classics of the genre.
- Discover a solarpunk world - Journey through the beautiful and hopeful (but not quite utopian) world of Radia, where solar power is dominant, and humanity and technology coexist with nature.
- Take on stages in any order - Decide how and when to take on the Vypers. Pick from distinctive stages, fight personality-filled bosses on their home turf, and claim their unique weapons.
- Vibrant characters - Learn the stories behind a diverse cast of larger-than-life Vyper Masters, rival roboticists, and other Protodroids who operate by a different code.
- Seek hidden upgrades - Enhance DeLTA’s capabilities by searching for upgrades and power-ups, and master new blade techniques by locating your fellow Protodroid AnnDROID in each stage.
Does this one look intriguing to you? Will you be adding it to your Switch collection? Let us know with a comment.
Not really interested with game concept, but I saw PS4 logo mentioned at the end of trailer.
You know what is that mean for me. 😏
"Does this one look intriguing to you? Will you be adding it to your Switch collection?"
It does not. I might try it if it were free. As it were - no.
It looks nice.
On my wishlist.
It looks like it may have potential actually. I'll await the reviews
Looks vibrant. Will keep an ear to the ground.
The character and environments have that classic "lifeless 3D" look, but the gameplay might have a bit more going on. Looked fast and potentially fun.
Needs a hook.
This is just the kind of video game-ass video game I can usually go for. Hope they pull it off!
Is that Gendo Ikari in the background?
Hmm could be ok. The 3D platforming might make or break it for me. Think I'll wait for some reviews.
Gives me Megaman Zero vibes when doing an S-rank run
@Anti-Matter you don’t like the game or not interested but you like ps4 logo so will consider buying this game just because it’s on ps4.
I backed the Kickstarter for this, so naturally I'll be trying it. I played the demo on PC a few months back and had fun with it.
At least it's not news about Zelda
Seriously though, I would like to see what is the gimmick of this game, why should we play it, what makes it original and fun what sets it apart from the rest of the crowd?
Looked a little too chaotic with the combat. Like, I feel that I'll end up repeatedly running off the stage trying to do combat and end up getting frustrated. But it'll probably have its audience and I wish them good luck.
im confused. 🤔 what does this have to do with zelda?
LOL i read your comment first, and i was like "whoa, whats with the harsh words?"
then I read @Anti-Matter 's comment 😂😂
I feel I would have been more interested in a 2D side scroller. Great character design aside, it looks simultaneously stiff and chaotic all at once.
It looks like an indie game (which it of course is), but it doesn't look bad. It also doesn't really look original (robot made by humans is going to safe the world from other robots made by humans, where have we seen that before?)
So maybe if the price is right and it performs well on the Switch... and I can take my eyes off of TotK for long enough.
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