Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure coming to Switch on 28th October

by MaddOx
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After successful Kickstarter funding in 2016 and an award-winning release on Steam and GOG last year, Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure is being summoned to Nintendo Switch on 28 October, as announced today on the Future Games Show. Check out the latest trailer below:

Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure follows detective Don R. Ketype, librarian Buzz Kerwan, and his cat who mysteriously just started talking (and predictably isn’t too happy about it). On the hunt for the Necronomicon, before it falls into the wrong hands, the three embark on a quest to stop an evil cult in its tracks, and most importantly, make a very cynical cat stop talking.

Now also coming to the Nintendo Switch in time for a spooky, moody Halloween playthrough, Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure will be the perfect game to get in the mood for Halloween. Lovingly hand-painted and traditionally animated, this comedy cosmic horror adventure will take players through a colourful rendition of Transylvania as it was meant to be experienced: with a talking cat who’s quite annoyed at you.

Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure Features:

  • Over 60 hand-painted, detailed environments inspired by Transylvanian architecture and nature
  • Fluid traditional 2D animation
  • Two protagonists and a talking ca– Okay, three. Three protagonists
  • 70+ fully voiced characters, including a special guest appearance by Doug Cockle, voice of the Witcher
  • A lush original soundtrack featuring live instruments
  • Integrated hint system to help you when you’re stuck
  • Lovingly made near Vlad the Impaler’s birthplace
  • No cutesifying or making fun of the Old Ones, praise their Dark Names
  • Did we mention the talking cat?

About Stuck In Attic:

Stuck In Attic is an indie game studio from Transylvania, Romania composed of three people and several cats. Its founders come from a mini-animation studio producing music videos for The Pixies and Vlad Dobrescu (who appears in Gibbous) and 2D animated feature Aetas, they’ve talked a programmer into joining the team and creating hand-crafted narrative worlds either funny, or creepy, or both. 

Follow the studio on Twitter and visit the website for more information.


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