Lunistice gets a release date for PC & Switch

Lunistice, a 3D platformer created with simple but fun gameplay in mind, inspired by the PSX/SEGA Saturn era, developed by A Grumpy Fox, will be released on 10th November for PC and Nintendo Switch. To celebrate the announcement, we have prepared an impressively small GIF, confirming the date when Hana the Tanuki will visit your systems.

Official release date GIF showing November 10th, 2022

Originally dated for September, The Last of Us led to a delay. Developer A Grumpy Fox wanted to give the game a chance to succeed and moved his release date to further finetune Lunistice. Players will benefit from the extra two months of development, as two guest characters have made it into the game.

Giant cat statue in the centre of a colourful landscape.

Run through seven different dreamscapes which are based on Hanas memories, unlock bonus characters from the Toree Series and Holomento and try to get S-Ranks in every level.

Lunistice will be released on 10th November for Nintendo Switch and PC. The game will be available for 4.99$. A playable demo is currently available on Steam and will also be available on Nintendo Switch.

A screenshot showing Hana, the tanuki, running at high speed through a colourful level.

About the Dev / A Grumpy Fox

A Grumpy Fox is a one man show, developing games. The studio name was chosen to be able to say “A game developed by A Grumpy Fox”. And that’s the truth.

About Deck13 Interactive

Deck13 Interactive is one of Germany’s leading developers. Employing more than 80 and with studios located in Frankfurt,the team develops award-winning large scale productions for console and PC.

With the “Deck13 Spotlight” label the team established a publishing service to help independent developers bring their projects to wider audiences.

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