Sannabi: The Revenant’s demo has a stunning grappling hook


I really like a great grappling hook, and Sannabi: The Revenant is an motion platformer all about utilizing a grappling hook to swing by way of ranges and skewer enemies. It’s kind of like Katana Zero, too, and there is a demo out there for the subsequent week.

The demo is out there through Steam from right this moment till March 18th. I’ve had a play of it and it is great things. It begins with a tutorial that explains the fundamentals: you may climb sure surfaces, wall leap, and use your grapple to swing and enhance. In fight, the grapple enables you to thrust in direction of enemies, killing them immediately however freezing time so you may select the path of your subsequent transfer.

Katana Zero was a special type of motion platformer, with a special rhythm, however I believe the comparability is apt. Sannabi has a equally mild cyberpunk setting, principally collaborating in a corporate-controlled megacity; a equally darkish story communicated partially through flashbacks and indirect dream sequences; and most significantly, textual content bins the place the phrases jitter.

Additionally: they each have luxurious, detailed pixel artwork animation. The sport is developed by a five-person studio known as Surprise Potion and that is their first sport, but it surely’s being printed by Neowiz, who appear to be publishing quite a lot of attractive pixel artwork video games these days. They launched Skul: The Hero Slayer again in January.

I performed the Sannabi demo and had fun with it for 30 minutes. At that time, I began to die extra, and each third loss of life appeared to ship me again to the beginning of the extent. That may show too harsh for me, however I sit up for seeing extra – although there’s at the moment no introduced launch date.


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