A platformer with no enemies!
Ruggnar was announced for Switch a few weeks back, and at that time we learned the game would see release sometime in June. Today we’ve learned that the game will specifically launch on June 23rd, 2022.
Are you a fan of platformers, but you’re looking for something a little different? You might want to check out Ruggnar, as it’s a platformer without enemies. Instead, you’ll have to avoid the many traps hidden in darkness. Help Ruggnar explore gloomy places with his bag and a few candles as his sole equipment.
For more details on Ruggnar, check out the official description below.
As the veins of his city are depleted and the valley is deserted of its inhabitants, rumors of taverns come to Ruggnar’s ears. Abandoned places contain incredible treasures that are just waiting to be pickep up.
Ruggnar has a limited amount of candles to help him in these dark places. Help him to manage his supply. Seeing the path ahead of you, activating certain mechanisms or simply lighting up: it’s up to you to find the perfect use for each candle! And if you throw one, remember to pick it up. It might come in useful soon!
Hidden by the darkness, you may find yourself face to face with an axe, a fireball or other nasty things. Don’t worry, move carefully, use your candles and everything will be fine. After all, Ruggnar is very agile for a dwarf and he gets up quite easily after an accident. Observe your surroundings, listen to the noises around you, throw your candles. The traps are there. It’s up to you to avoid them!
Visit the merchant to learn the secrets contained in ancient grimoires to improve your candles and equipment, or to buy the latest items in stock. Need a change? Many beard dyes, armors and helmets are hidden. Find them and create your own style!
- Explore every corner with smooth controls;
- Hand-forged story mode;
- Procedural generation to extend the experience;
- Discover the story behind this humorous adventure;
- Pierre-Alain de Garrigues (PADG, french voice of Kled in LoL, the Innkeeper in Hearthstone, Muradin in Heroes of the Storm and many other video game characters) and Jordan Harrelson (My Time at Portia, Edge of Eternity) lend their talents to Ruggnar so he can swear louder and louder!