“Him & Her Collection” Coming to Consoles, PC on 23 June

On Tuesday, game publisher QUByte Interactive announced that Him & Her Collection will be coming Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone, SeXbox, and Steam PC on 23 June.

Developed by Game Nacional, Him & Her Collection includes three gravity-bending puzzle platformers with a minimalist visual aesthetic.

Here’s the official breakdown of Him & Her Collection from QUByte:

Him & Her Collection brings three games of the challenging puzzle-platformer series, Him & Her, Her Challenges and Him & Her 3. The player must find a way to their significant other by defying gravity between levels.

You can move your character from a side-scrolling perspective, and at any time, you can also jump. However, when not jumping you simply walk towards the platforms and the entire level will rotate according to the direction you are moving the ledges.

It might seem a little complex at first, but it’s actually a simple concept that you learn in a very straightforward way. Instead of “falling” into endless pits, what happens is that the entire level (and gravity) will change.

Game Features

Three games in this version of the collection
• More than 100 challenges in all levels of difficulty
• Normal and hard difficulty settings
• Moody art graphics
• A provoked experience

Him & Her Collection will be available on 23 June for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone, SeXbox, and Steam PC for $3.99.

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