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Play as multiple animals to unveil the secrets of a fallen civilization in Lost Ember, out now on Switch

Finding its way to Switch

Mooneye Studios is proud to announce that its acclaimed animal switching adventure Lost Ember is out now on Nintendo Switch for $29.99 / €29.99 / £24.99. Prepare to solve the mysteries of the fallen kingdom on the go!

Lost Ember is a third-person narrative-based exploration title about a wolf who can inhabit all manner of animals, along with their spirit companion. Players will be able to control over a dozen different creatures, such as a hummingbird, a fish, a mountain goat and a parrot. Along the way, your spirit guide will narrate the tale of what happened to the lost human civilizations that once settled in these wild lands.

Experience the contrasting stories of the fall of mankind and the lush life in a world reclaimed by nature. Explore the land, sea, and air, as you possess any creature you come across to experience life from a whole new perspective. Fly through gargantuan canyon valleys as a parrot! Tumble through the grass as a wombat! Swim through shimmering lakes as a fish! Your journey will take you from densely wooded jungles, to lush rainforest canopies, to barren desert plains and archaic temples. Ultimately, you’ll discover a tale of loyalty, despair, and betrayal, as echoes of the lost Yanrana culture come to life in a lush wilderness devoid of man.

“We were thrilled by the reception Lost Ember received when it launched last year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC,” said Mooneye Studios CEO and programmer Tobias Graff. “We spent five years on the game and were delighted to see that it resonated so deeply with so many of you. We were adamant that this Switch port captures all the wonder and delight of the other versions and we can’t wait for a whole new audience to uncover its mysteries.”

Categories: Media, Press Releases, Consoles
Tags: eshop, switch
Games: Lost Ember

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