Slime-san Developers Announce New 3D Platformer Demon Turf


The latest title from the development team at Fabraz (Slime-san, Planet Diver), the 3D platformer Demon Turf was announced today during IGN’s Summer of Gaming.

In this title, players will join the protagonist Beebz as she sets out to take over the Demon Turfs and become the Demon Queen. In order to reach her goal, she must spin, jump, and punch her way through a number of different turfs. She will also have to make use of unique mechanics like self-paced checkpoints and momentum-driven combat to get ahead and dethrone the current Demon King. Purchasable modes will also be included, which can be combined in different ways to alter each player’s style.

One can also do a victory lap through already completed levels, and can take part in a number of environmental and mechanical changes. A hub town with sidequests and distinct challenges (including the “Photo Hunt” mode) will also be included.

You can watch the official reveal trailer below:

Demon Turf – Official Reveal Trailer | Summer of Gaming 2020

For those looking to learn more, Fabraz did an in-depth video interview with Brian Altano – you can watch it below:

Demon Turf – Gameplay Interview | Summer of Gaming 2020

The title is slated to release on the Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, Epic Games Store, and Steam.

Source: Press Release
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