Today SOEDESCO® and development studio PixelHive announced that 90’s inspired platformer Kaze and the Wild Masks is coming to Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4, Xbox One and Steam®. The pixel-art platformer hops to the stores with both a digital and physical version. An Xbox One demo is available during the Xbox One Summer Game Fest from tomorrow until July 27.
Diverse platformer gameplay
André Schaan, CEO of Brazilian development studio PixelHive, is enthusiastic to see their game come to console. “Ever since the early development stages, we’ve always held a console version for the game in mind. Kaze and the Wild Masks embraces all the classic 90’s platformer elements and we believe that both the Steam and console versions will truly complement the game in their own way. We can’t wait to bring nostalgic, yet modern-looking gameplay to today’s consoles.”
With hand-animated pixel-art graphics, classic side-scrolling action and a fierce rabbit as the protagonist, Kaze and the Wild Masks takes players back to the 90’s where animals with attitudes ruled the day. Besides running and jumping, players can acquire masks’ and utilize the masks’ powers to perform special abilities such as flying in the air and swimming underwater.
About Kaze and the Wild Masks
In Kaze and the Wild Masks, you journey through the Crystal Islands in 90’s classics platformer style. Play as Kaze and save your friend Hogo from a curse that spread chaos around the islands. Face enraged living vegetables by invoking the powers of the Wild Masks. Pounce ferociously like a tiger, soar through the sky like an eagle, sprint fiercely like a lizard and rule the sea like a shark.
- Unleash the skills of the wild masks to get powers from the tiger, eagle, lizard and shark
- Uncover the secrets of the Crystal Islands in 30+ levels with over 50 bonus levels
- Relive your childhood memories of classic platformers with high quality frame by frame pixel art
- Pave your way through a satisfyingly smooth, but challenging platformer
- Refresh your ears with 25+ tracks inspired by the musical themes of the 16-bit era