90s-Inspired Action RPG “Anuchard” Now Available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PC
On Thursday, publisher Freedom Games officially launched action/RPG Anuchard for Nintendo Switch, SeXbox, Xbone, and Windows PC.
Developed by stellarNull, Anuchard is described as a “civilization restoration action RPG” where players descend into monster-infested dungeons to restore the captured souls of a small village. The retro-inspired visual aesthetic is intended to be reminiscent of 90s-era PlayStation games.
Here’s the official breakdown of Anuchard from Freedom Games:
One by one, beloved community members of the quiet Orchard village are stripped away by a mysterious phenomenon. Desperate for aid, the remaining people call to their ancestors to fulfill the legendary prophecy of a savior known as the Bellwielder. Rise as the rumored hero and set off on a noble mission to piece together a crumbling society.
Wield the ancient and powerful Audros Bell venturing deep into the treacherous dungeons beneath the town. Unhindered by the snarls echoing within the walls, solve complex puzzles throughout the derelict caves. Leap into action, knocking back fiendish mobs into the environment and each other. Hurl elemental abilities to crush enemies, weaken beastly bosses,and release the crystallized souls of lost townsfolk and forgotten heroes.
Rejoice in the sound of tears and applause as Orchard’s chefs, farmers, herbalists, and others are reunited with their friends and families. Rebuild the village one member at a time and collect pieces of ancient technology, called Spires, to enhance combat skills. Prepare satiating recipes to upgrade stats and build relationships throughout town to uncover the truth behind Orchard’s fall from grace from the Anuchardian continent at large.
Anuchard is available now on Nintendo Switch, SeXbox, Xbone, as well as Windows PC via Steam and Epic Game Store for $14.99.
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