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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on September 19, 2017

News: A new game has just been revealed for the Nintendo Switch that will come from Bishop Games and incorporate platformer-based challenges.



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Light Fall is coming to the Nintendo Switch in March 2018 according to Bishop Games. In Light Fall, overcome platformer-based challenges by harnessing the power of the Shadow Core, a magical box beneath your feet that can be summoned at any time to propel yourself in the air. With Stryx the Night Owl as your companion and narrator, explore the forgotten world of Numbra where darkness prevails over light to embark on a quest to save its inhabitants and uncover a mysterious past. As you wander through the calm night of the Lunar Plain, venture into the Marshlands of Sorrow and face the exotic wildlife of the Vipera’s Forest, there you’ll encounter many outlandish characters, be it friends or foe. Do you have what it takes to survive?

“The versatile Nintendo Switch is a perfect fit for Light Fall and we’re looking forward to letting Tokyo Game Show attendees be the first to experience the game on the console,” said David Dion-Paquet, Co-founder and President of Bishop Games. “Light Fall brings a unique gameplay experience that is completely new and one-of-a-kind to traditional platformers. With the use of the Shadow Core, Light Fall redefines the platformer genre by effectively giving you dominion over the game’s actual platforms.”

Some key features include the following:

  • The Ultimate Freedom: Control the Shadow Core, a magical box beneath your feet that can be used and controlled at will, to propel yourself into the air and move across the land at your own pace. With the Shadow Core, you become the master of your surroundings and create your own path.

  • An Immersive Journey: Immerse yourself in Light Fall’s strange universe where darkness prevails over the light. Joining you in this adventure, Stryx the old and grumpy owl, will act as your sidekick and in-game narrator. Depending on his mood, he will either offer useful advice or bluntly mock your failures.

  • A Vast World to Explore: With the Shadow Core in hand, reach new heights and explore every nook and cranny of Numbra. Wander through the Lunar Plain, the Marshlands of Sorrows, the Vipera's Forest and the Unknown Depths, where shortcuts, alternative paths, hidden collectibles and easter eggs await you in large numbers.

  • Speedrun Competition: Quench your thirst for competition in the Speedrun Game Mode. Compete with players worldwide and compare your fastest times with theirs on the online leaderboard.


  • Check out the trailer below that was released to coincide with this announcement and tell us what you think. Will you be getting Light Fall on the Nintendo Switch when it launches in March?



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