Now available on the Switch eShop and Steam, Moon Kid’s Witcheye hexes players in 16-bits
Witcheye, the 16-bit style adventure from retro-minded indie developer Moon Kid Games, is now available on the Nintendo Switch eShop and Steam, publisher Devolver Digital has announced.
First released on Apple Arcade and developed by Peter Malamud Smith, the co-creator of the viral NES version of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, Witcheye puts players in control of a witch who transforms into a flying eyeball hell-bent on revenge after a knight and wizard steal her precious spell ingredients. The game features 50+ levels to make your way through, each with their unique gimmick. Additionally, the Switch and PC versions of the game also introduce new enemies to set your sights on and secrets to uncover.
What are you waiting for? Fix your steely gaze upon the game’s launch trailer below:
If you’re in the mood for more 16-bit inspired goodness, we’ve got you covered. Check out our review of Alwa’s Legacy, now available on Steam and coming soon to the Switch.
So, what do you think of Witcheye? Will you be adding this retro-inspired romp to your Switch or Steam library today? Sound off in the comments below and let us know.