Surabaya, Indonesia — September 20th, 2018 — Indonesian publisher Toge Productions and developer Kucing Rembes today announced that their side-scrolling platformer, “MagiCat“, is now available on Nintendo Switch priced at $4.99/4.99€/4.49£.
“Translated into English, Kucing Rembes literally means a seeping cat, which inspired the whole MagiCat concept,” said Toge Productions Founder and CEO Kris Antoni. “With glowing Steam reviews, we feel the Switch users will find it as engaging if not more, as it lends itself perfectly for the platform.”
MagiCat is a side-scrolling platformer inspired by the retro games from the 16-bit era in terms of visuals and sound. It takes players on a quest to retrieve a stolen artifact while exploring the astounding magical worlds of the MagiCat universe.
Using the powers of dashing, high jump, and fireball, along with items that can be unlocked as the story progresses, players must help MagiCat regain the world’s lost relic over 63 levels, each with their own unique boss battle spread across 7 worlds. With new mechanics introduced every few levels and a hefty dose of puzzle solving, MagiCat always keeps players purrfectly entertained.
About Kucing Rembes
Based in Surabaya, Indonesia, Kucing Rembes is a one man development team, who handles everything from art to sound to coding himself. The developer aims to create the best platforming experience for PC users, with previously released titles to include Miracle Fly and MagiCat on Steam.
About Toge Productions
Founded in 2009, Toge Productions is an Indonesian based independent game development and publishing studio that’s created tons of games across multiple genres, from web games to mobile games to desktop games. It’s best known for Infectonator, Relic of War, Days 2 Die, and Necronator. Toge Productions aims to highlight Indonesia’s bourgeoning independent game development community. For more information, visit http://www.togeproductions.com
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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