It was acceptable in the 90s
Fighting has never been this accessible.
Brawling like a princess… and a nun… and that monster from level seven.
The cult hit schmup is on the Switch, but is its age holding it back?
The Super Meat Boy spiritual successor is nigh
It ain’t perfect, but Ittle Dew
Seeing things upside down.
What stands out to me about Knight Terrors is how true to its roots it is, creatively combining elements of the retro era with the simple and addictive formats of mobile gaming. An endless runner that requires some skill, unashamedly inspired by the likes of “birds that are flappy”, to quote the eShop description, and a certain shoot ’em up that sounds similar to ‘K-Type’ (a game mode).
He’s tiny, he’s a barbarian, you can already see where this is going…
Just in time for Hallowe’en, Nicalis – in collaboration with FreakZone Games – has announced a new horror side-scrolling arcade game called Knight Terrors.