Tunche Is A Hand-Drawn Beat-'Em-Up Coming To PC This Fall

Published: Monday, July 20, 2020 - 11:38 | By: Joseph Allen
Procedurally Generated, Hand Crafted

Today's Summer Game Fest Day of the Devs showcase spotlighted a new beat-'em-up coming to PC in fall this year. Tunche is described by its developers as a "charming hand-drawn beat-'em-up".

In Tunche, you'll play as one of five heroes, mastering their moves in side-scrolling combat. The game will feature procedurally-generated levels and epic bosses to overcome. In addition, fans of delightful 3D platformer A Hat In Time will be overjoyed to learn that Hat Kid will feature in Tunche as a playable guest character. She'll have her own moves and magic skills just like her fellow heroes. You can check out a trailer for Tunche below:

 
 

Tunche publisher HypeTrain Digital and developer LEAP Game Studios say the game will feature a "breathtaking, hand-drawn world of Amazonian rainforests". You'll be able to tackle each level in up to 4-player co-op, and there will be an upgrade tree to grant characters new abilities. Since each playthrough is procedurally generated, every time you play the game you'll learn more about its systems and gameplay, and you'll be able to get further in the next run.

A demo for the game is currently live on Steam, so if this looks like something you'd be interested in, you can head over to the official Steam page and check it out. Tunche will launch sometime this fall for PC via Steam. No word yet on a release date or a console version of the game, so we'll bring you more on this as we get it.

Are you excited to start battling through Tunche's hand-drawn rainforests? Want to play as Hat Kid? Let us know in the comments below!


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