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Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jul 23, 2019
PCSep 20, 2018
Nintendo SwitchAug 1, 2019

Developer: Pixel Reign

Publisher: KISS Publishing

Genres: Action, Adventure

Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries is a 2D platformer consisted of mind intriguing psychology based level design, epically unique boss fights accompanied by groovy and mystifying music.

Plan ahead your every move and outsmart the traps that are lurking in the temple or get dissected in hilarious ways!

Robbie wakes up in an unfamiliar room with a small spirit telling him that he has to save humanity.

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If there is a REWARD he'll do it.

Experience RAGE and satisfaction in this hardcore platformer!

Select the level of challenge you would like to experience but keep in mind that Robbie Swifthand is THE game to make you a platformer master!

NOT SO HARD

We recommend playing this mode only if this is your first platformer in a while or if you haven’t even played platformers before!

HARD

This is the way the game is meant to be experienced by hardcore gamers.

INSANITY

If you haven’t finished Hard mode 100% .. for your own sake, just don’t.

INSANITY mode is for experienced players only - we HIGHLY suggest you finish Hard mode BEFORE you enter INSANITY mode.

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Reviews

Video Chums

Video Chums

Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries is one of my favourite indies of the year with its rewarding gameplay and wealth of content.

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Switching Worlds

8.4 / 10.0
Switching Worlds

Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries is a fine platformer. The quality in its graphics, controls and gameplay mechanics make the challenge worth going through. It's also nice that the humor will keep things light when going through the darkness of death. You may die a lot, and you should, but that's the journey. The occasional frustration of some levels are due to the challenge itself and not by bad design. There's some interesting things to see here. For players who want a little more finesse to their platforming, there's plenty of fun here.

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