Indie Game KUNAI coming soon in Asia

Written by Contributor

December 3, 2019

Intragames is launching KUNAI (STEAM and Nintendo Switch), an adventure best explored through ninja-tier parkour and best survived with razor-sharp combat reflexes, developed by TurtleBlaze and published by The Arcade Crew and Intragames, localized in Asian languages.

Fighting through KUNAI’s visually enrapturing world is a warrior’s delight, where right off the bat players have ample opportunities to reduce enemies to scrap metal while swinging on ropes across chasms, dashing up walls to lofty goals, and dropping in on unsuspecting targets. KUNAI’s journey is dialed to 11 from the start, with every badass fight, supremely lethal upgrade and unearthed secret sending the adventure further off the charts. Bursts of action pop boldly across KUNAI’s distinct art direction with sharp splashes of color accentuating attacks, making each battle an engrossing, thrilling spectacle.

Players dish out swift death as Tabby, KUNAI’s emotive, tablet-powered hero infused with an ancient warrior’s soul. Tabby boots up to find humanity on the brink of extinction thanks to a famed inventor’s botched AI creation, setting out to solve things as any consumer electronic warrior hybrid would: with heaps of violence. Slicing baddies and soaring through KUNAI’s sprawling world with Tabby is a joyous escape, and toppling the land’s merciless bosses in all-out showdowns is immensely satisfying.

KUNAI is expected to be released early 2020 and to keep tabs on KUNAI, slash your way over to the official website (https://kunaigame.com/), ambush The Arcade Crew on Twitter (https://twitter.com/TheArcadeCrew), or pin the game to your Steam wishlist (https://store.steampowered.com/app/1001800/KUNAI/).

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