Take off higher than ever and catch the darling in Jump King in the not so distant future.
Today, UKIYO Publishing and free game studio Nexile declared that their brazen vertical platformer Jump King will discharge on comforts in 2020. To see the game in real life, look at the support declaration trailer for Jump King underneath.
Hop King Console Announcement
Hop King is portrayed as a “Strategic Leaping Adventure”. In Jump King, you play as a knight who must jump and bounce up a vertical field with an end goal to arrive at the hot darling at the highest point of a pinnacle. Players should painstakingly set up each bounce so as to land in an ideal area. Misconstruing a hop can bring about the knight taking a critical, slippery tumble right back to the base.
The three-button control plan and pixel-workmanship stylish may cause the game to appear to be deceivingly basic. In spite of the fact that Jump King will have open controls, that doesn’t mean it’s without challenge. “Hop King was made to make you look senseless,” said Felix Wahlström of Nexile. “It makes bouncing, something regularly underestimated in games, into the sole test of the game!”
Hop King is now accessible for PC on both GOG.com and Steam, yet will before long advance toward PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in the not so distant future. Notwithstanding, no discharge date has been determined. Head over to the official Jump King site for extra subtleties and updates.