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Brutal platformer Azuran Tales: Trials hits Switch on June 24th, 2019

Let the trials begin!

Video game developer Tiny Trinket Games is excited to announce its hardcore platformer, Azuran Tales: Trials will be released on the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch June 24th across North America and Europe.

Armies of undead, flying sharks and the price of immortality. Azuran Tales: Trials is a brutal platformer with RPG elements, challenging combat and merciless enemies.
Journey across the World of Azuran as you discover its beautiful levels, expansive lore and unravel the mystery of Magrath. But don't expect an easy journey as you explore this world full of lore, monsters, traps, and unique bosses. This game is straightforward and hard to beat so you will be forced to learn and adapt or fail and die each and every time!
Azuran Tales: Trials is a 2.5D side-scroller with RPG elements set in the universe of Azuran, where both magic and melee combat are right at home.

Key Features:

A modern take on the classic side-scrolling gameplay;
Deadly gameplay: 15 handcrafted and increasingly difficult levels where you encounter deadly mechanics and increasingly powerful traps. Engage in nerve-shattering battles with split-second reaction speed. Face the trials and follow Magrath’s path in the world of Azuran and beyond;
Discover the world of Azuran: explore vast, diverse environments – haunting dungeons, intricate caves, floating cities, cursed temples and all the dangers lurking within;
Battle Cleric class gameplay and storyline: Evolve your character with powerful new abilities and spells with choice-based character progression. Gather and use powerful scrolls fitting your combat style. Follow Merius storyline and gather revealing lore about the world and
Fight to the death and beyond: brutal boss fights where you face ferocious beasts, sinister magic-wielders and defeat ancient threats on your path to completing the Amulet of Valur.

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