From Screenwave Media and developer Moving Pieces, Dodo Peak is currently available on Nintendo Switch. This indie puzzle-game allows you to save baby dodos!
In Dodo Peak, you will need to “collect coins, dodge sneaky snakes, steer clear of malevolent monkeys, grab power-ups, and strive for the best times across a stunning variety of handcrafted islands. The more baby dodos you save, the longer your marching line grows.”
A full list of features in Dodo Peak include:
- 50+ beautiful hand-crafted levels with unique layouts, goals, and enemies.
- Simple touch controls anyone can learn, with plenty of challenging levels as you grow your skills.
- A variety of vibrant environments including tropical islands, sunset hills, and dangerous volcanoes, with more on the way!
- Unlock comical and unique new dodos by beating levels and collecting coins.
- Compete to finish levels the fastest on in-game leaderboards.
- Seamless offline play and cloud save synchronization across devices.
- Competitive challenges featuring more difficult, remixed versions of levels each week.
- Perfect for varied play sessions.
Here’s the trailer!
It looks simple yet very fun. I like the cartoony character designs. Seeing the dodos hop around made me smile when I watched the trailer for the first time.
As for Screenwave Media, it’s a “technology-driven company that brings together talented content creators and gives them the tools to succeed on multiple publishing platforms.” The company works with “premium video content, from in-depth reviews, commentary, and news, to original web series, cartoons, comics, and more.”
Moving Pieces was formed by veterans across the gaming and tech industry. It’s a New York-based studio. Dodo Peak is the company’s first title. “With a love of mixing modern design theories with classic gameplay elements, the crew at Moving Pieces are committed to crafting timeless experiences with their games.”
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