Summer Catchers Out Now On PC

Summer Catchers gives gamers the opportunity to chase the sun. Don’t worry, we won’t have to leave our gaming chair, this cute indie adventure is out now on Steam.

Coming to Pc thanks to indie developer FaceIT and publisher Noodlecake Studios, this charming pixel art tale takes players on a journey as the game’s protagonist travels from a frozen wasteland to somewhere more amenable. Starting in the tundra of the North, players travel the land in their trusty wooden cart as they explore the mysteries of the world outside. Entering foreign lands, this wanderer is set to come across strange creatures and mysterious circumstances. As the race to see summer heats up, will Summer Catchers make it or simply be a lukewarm offering?

Players will race through a range of territories as they make their way to summer. Shadowy forests, dark swamps, vast valleys, and underground cities all await and there is only one way through, forward. You’ll be able to endlessly roll across the screen until a particular mission is met. A range of add ons are available to assist players and upgrade their art as they race through. Battering rams, speed boosters, and more are littered across each level. While a battering ram is great, friends are better for any road trip. Summer Catchers features a local co-op mode to share your adventure with your besties.

We haven’t had a chance to get our hands on this cute looking title but you can grab the game now on PC. Greenlit by the Steam community, this title has already picked up indie awards and some impressive comments on the game’s soundtrack. While many of us gamers simply associate the sun with unwanted screen glare, you might want to check out Summer Catchers for something a little different. Summer Cathers is out now on Steam and even has a 15% discount for a limited time.


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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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