Looking for more spoopy games to add to your Halloween To-Beat list? Look no further than Nightmare Boy, an action-adventure platformer with a retro feel and 90’s arcade visuals, the main strong points from Madrid dev’s own Metroidvania.
The Vanir Project developers are putting the final touches on its first creation, Nightmare Boy, for release later this month. Join Billy, turned into the mysterious Rolok, and fight to wake up from your worst dream: a world of nightmare made up by your fears and the worst dreams from another ten kids, also trapped in that world.
Fight all kind of enemies, recover Billy’s original appearance and rescue the ten kids lost in their own nightamres; each one of them will give you new powers and will help you unveil different endings for the game.
- Classic mechanics and playability that joins roaming, adventure and platforms.
- Upgradeable character after defeating each final boss: double and triple jump, different magic attacks…
- Graphic engine that mixes pixel art and cartoon characters, hand drawn, giving the game a 90’s arcade feeling.
- Saving system based on collected jewels in the game. The more you save, the more expensive it gets.
- Dark atmosphere, shady storyline; can you discover what lies beneath?
Nightmare Boy mixes pixel art and cartoon visuals, has complex Metroidvania game mechanics, big environments full of secrets, enemies and final bosses. Also, it hides a dark story beneath the surface and the player will be the one unveiling it.
Nightmare Boy will be available in digital format for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC (via Steam) on October 25th.
Rendered to look like a living, breathing comic book, Telltale’s vision of Batman features an award-winning cast of talent, including Troy Baker, who returns to reprise his role as Bruce Wayne, as well as Anthony Ingruber, who reprises his fresh take on John Doe, better known to fans as The Joker.
This new season will be accessible to both returning fans and newcomers alike, though players’ choices from the first season of Batman: The Telltale Series will optionally carry over into The Enemy Within. This season will also include Telltale’s unique multiplayer ‘Crowd Play’ feature, which allows friends and family to engage with the adventure together by helping to decide the direction of the story from any mobile device with an online connection.
Batman: The Enemy Within is a standalone product separate from the first season of Batman – The Telltale Series.
It will be available at retailers across North America on October 3 on a special ‘Season Pass Disc’ for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The disc will include the first episode of the season, as well as access to download all subsequent episodes through an online connection as the episodes are released.