ESCAPE DOODLAND: Platformer coming to PC and Nintendo Switch

Escape Doodland the hardcore platformer coming soon on PC and Nintendo Switch

The premiere of the brand new and demanding 2.5D platformer with a unique design titled Escape Doodland is coming Nov. 30.

The creators promise the game will have intense and difficult gameplay. The arcade game is based on notebook doodles and will be available on both the Steam platform (PC) and Nintendo Switch.

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Escape Doodland is the debut of the Polish game studio flukyMachine, which was created by Veronika Harkavenko and Piotr Karski. PlayWay S.A. and Ultimate Games S.A. are the game’s publishers. QubicGames S.A. and Sonka S.A. are responsible for the Nintendo Switch console version.

“We worked on the game for over 2 years,” one of the creators Piotr Karski said. “The original concept was slightly different – in the end, however, the idea evolved towards notebook doodles. We also focused on demanding gameplay that boils down to running, jumping, swimming or flying. All this in a slightly absurd and hilarious setting.”

In Escape Doodland, players assume the role of a Doodland resident, who happens to have some stomach problems. Unfortunately, this joyful land full of happiness is attacked by a merciless monster. In this situation only escape or death is possible.

The creators of this new platformer prepared a total of 10 various levels, with two levels of difficulty (difficult and more difficult).

“The light design can create some illusive impression, but our game is certainly not simple,” Karski said. “Each of the 10 levels means a large and at the same time fair challenge. Sometimes a given fragment of the game will need to be repeated – in this doddle world death comes often and players will experience it in very different ways.”

Main features of Escape Doodland:

  • doodles
  • uncompromising gameplay
  • 10 different levels
  • humor
  • high level of difficulty

Escape Doodland will be launched on the Steam platform and Nintendo Switch console Nov. 30.

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