MO:Astray Screen

It has been announced that the platformer MO:Astary will be launching on the Switch on September 10. The game which previously was released on Steam will be up for pre-order on August 27. You can take a look at the game’s press release below.

Aug. 24, 2020 – MO:Astray, the narrative action platformer from publisher Rayark Games and developer Archpray, leaps onto Nintendo Switch Sept. 10, 2020.
Awakened in an abandoned laboratory teeming with otherworldly creatures and deadly traps, MO sets out on a journey of immense importance. Driven by voices in its head, the mysterious lifeform vaults across a hostile environment overrun by parasitic alien plants and a homicidal supercomputer, gradually becoming more aware of its mission and what caused the disaster.
Scan MO’s surroundings and devise a plan to discover a way forward. Harness an arsenal of special abilities to solve puzzles and navigate a gauntlet of challenges. Climb and adhere to walls, spring from one surface to the next, and sail through the air to surmount any obstacle. When forced to confront enemies, MO can execute dash attacks and decapitate the infected. It can even latch onto foes and access their memories to learn more about this enigmatic facility.
Delve into a richly detailed world, piecing together the shocking truth through these flashbacks. Overcome unthinkable dangers as a curious entity whose amorphous nature opens the door to all manner of clever and creative solutions to even the most mind-bending of problems.
“MO’s adventure is a bizarre, alien experience overflowing with mysteries to solve and trials to overcome,” said Ching-Yi Hou, producer, Archpray. “Our team is overjoyed by the positive reception of the game and we’re looking forward to welcoming new explorers into our strange world when MO:Astray makes the jump onto Nintendo Switch on Sept. 10!”
MO:Astray will launch for $14.99 on Sept. 10 and will be available for pre-order via the Nintendo Switch eShop on Aug. 27 with a limited-time 10% discount. The game supports English, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), and Korean language options.

SOURCE: Press Release

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