Nine Witches: Family Disruption, part comedy part occult investigation, is set to crack open the gates to the afterlife when it lands on 4 December.
Due to scare up trouble on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, GOG and Steam for PC during the winter months, Nine Witches: Family Disruption is a comedic alternate-history occult adventure game that puts players up against a the overwhelming force of the Third Reich’s Okkulte-55 Division in a surreal mix of pixel art poltergeists and silly goosesteps. As World War II nears its climax, air raids and artillery shells are the least of Sundäe’s concerns. The remote Norwegian village, home to the delicious three-testicled salmon, has caught the interest of the Third Reich’s Okkulte-55 Division and it’s up to two unlikely heroes: Professor Alexei Krakovitz, a Russian paranormal scholar, and his trusty assistant, Akiro Kagasawa to keep nefarious forces from unleashing supernatural forces on the world.
Developed by indie studio Indiesruption, and published by Blowfish Studios, Nine Witches: Family Disruption looks set to be a fun adventure in the same surreal vein as Darkside Detective, but maybe with fewer Twin Peaks vibes. The single player, dual character action-adventure crams in plenty of puzzle-solving elements, allowing you to talk with the dead and visit a beautiful Norwegian coastal town. Take away the impending doom and it might even be a wonderful escape.
As well as dropping this unusual adventure on us come 4 December 2020, Beep Company and DMM Games, who also released StationFlow, will unleash Nine Witches for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Japan this winter too. If you’re ready to save the world with a smirk or two then head over to the official Steam Store page now to find out more about Nine Witches: Family Disruption.