Blast, Hack, and Glide With These Upcoming Physicals. Going Live December 11th.
Going live for pre-order tomorrow on the Limited Run Games store, three action-packed indie titles up for grabs. Use the elements in battle with Rivals of Aether on Nintendo Switch™ for $39.99, for the ultimate collectors get the limited edition which includes a Kragg vinyl figure, Sylvling and Sunny plushies, 12 color character art cards, and an original soundtrack for $84.99. Blast into space with a stylistic soundtrack and a star-studded voice cast with Freedom Finger on PlayStation®4 for $29.99, limited to 2,000 copies. You can also pick up EarthNight this week, a platform game set in a dangerous dystopian future on PlayStation®4 limited to 1,500 copies on PlayStation®4. Pick up these games by Jan.17 2021, before they’re gone at LimitedRunGames.com!
About Rivals of Aether
RIVALS OF AETHER is an indie fighting game set in a world where warring civilizations summon the power of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. Choose a Rival to bring into the battlefield and manipulate the powers of the classical elements and animal movement. Praised for its competitive gameplay and intensive training tools, Rivals of Aether is the perfect entry to the Platform Fighter genre.
EarthNight is an illustrated procedurally generated platformer that takes place in a dystopian future just after the dragon apocalypse. Humans have been exiled to space, forced to live in orbit above the planet. But main characters Sydney and Stanley have had enough! They’ve decided to skydive back down to the planet, taking out as many dragons as they can along the way.
About Freedom Finger
Freedom Finger is a satirical shooter where you pilot a fist-shaped ship through over 40 blastin’ levels. Play a story mode starring a stellar voice cast which includes Nolan North, John DiMaggio, Sam Riegel, and Eric Bauza. Punch, grab, and shoot enemies in style with a unique and original soundtrack by Aesop Rock, tracks from Com Truise, Ty Segall, John Maus, and more! Freedom Finger is developed by Wide Right Interactive, founded by Jim Dirschberger, an Emmy nominated director and writer.