PLANET ALPHA coming to the Switch in 2018

Pat Wise
March 13, 2018

Earlier today over at the PlayStation Blog, indie developer Adrian Lazar announced his upcoming side-scrolling platform adventure game Planet Alpha.

As mentioned earlier, Planet Alpha does not have a release date, although its Steam page has revealed that the game is anticipating a Q3 release.

A project years in the making, Planet Alpha is the result of an idea from Adrian Lazar, an artist who previously worked at IO Interactive. The announcement of this newly-formed partnership will allow the studio to obtain the resources and ensure that Planet Alpha reaches its full potential.

Throwing in fast platforming, creative puzzles, stealth mechanics, and a unique art style to create an unforgettable experience, it is down to you to discover whether the world is really as tranquil and serene as it first appears.

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You awake on a unusual alien world that is home to many mysterious, exotic flora and fauna. What will you discover? He describes the game as "something special" and even though it took four years, they have put "everything [they] have into it".

This game is very pretty, and I can absolutely see why Team17 have signed Planet Alpha up to their games label.

Debbie Bestwick, MBE, CEO of Team17 added, "At their best video games can take us to different worlds on fantastic journeys". Bestwick's understanding of the game is nearly as passionate as Lazar's as she states that Planet Alpha has the kind of world that she certainly wanted to spend time in.

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