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Skelattack Is Konami’s New Action Platformer

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Konami has just announced their new IP, Skelattack for the PS4, Switch and Xbox One. Developed by Ukuza Inc. the new game follows an action-adventure approach, retro players will also love to learn that old school platforming levels will “introduce an expansive Underworld filled with quirky, charming and sometimes deadly inhabitants of the afterlife”.

Skelattack will take players on a dungeon-crawler adventure in which monsters are the protagonists, is up to players to stop the humans that threat wrecking and looting their home. The game was announced without any previous marketing on the Nintendo eShop, Konami has confirmed that the game will also see a launch on PS4 and Xbox One, probably followed by a launch on PC.

Check the gameplay trailer down below:

Below is the official description via Konami:

As a newly deceased member of the Underworld and resident in the happy hub of Aftervale, Skully is just getting the hang of being dead and coming to terms with being a skeleton. As he prepares for his Remembrance to understand who he was in his past life, Skully finds himself in a fight to protect his home from plundering humans from above.

In an attempt to steal the magic that kindles the spirits of the dead, the Blue Flame, the humans kidnap Aftervale’s elder skeleton, Elzedon. Together with Imber, Skully’s trusty bat friend, players will control both characters to jump, slash and flap their way through the Underworld to stop the human threat, save the Elder and protect the Blue Flame.

Skelattack is originally developed by David Stanley, a developer with years of experience in mobile game art and level design, his projects have been featured in top 10 lists on the iTunes App store, and games he’s worked on have also appeared on Apple’s “New Games We Love” list a total of 14 times. Back in 2018 he signed a partnership deal with Ukuza Inc. for the publishing rights of Skelattack.

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