It’s worth it | ‘The Cub’ is an old-school platformer coming to Nintendo Switch, Playstation, Xbox and PC

The Jungle Book meets Armageddon.

Challenging platform parkour inspired by classic 90s SEGA games – The Jungle Book, Aladdin, Lion King – but with modern twists and ideas. Platform parkour through the remnants of humanity. Outwit evolved fauna and dangerous hybrid flora. Solve environmental puzzles that keep you guessing. And stay one step ahead of the evil humans chasing you on a twisted apocalyptic safari hunt.

After the Great Ecological Catastrophe, the ultra-rich flee to Mars and let the others perish. But among them remains a small child who has developed immunity to the hostile planet. Decades pass and those on Mars return to Earth to do reconnaissance. When they spot a small human child, The Cub, they immediately attempt to capture him. This sets off a journey of escape, exploration and discovery through the urban ruins of humanity coupled with frantic chases of cats and mice.

Explore the ruins of humanity after the Great Ecological Disaster wiped out most of civilization and left our remains to be reclaimed by an evolved mother nature. The story and clues of how and why mankind fell are scattered across the world. Ruined brutalist towers and abandoned genetics labs. Chemical mines exhausted and battlefields overrun. Each level has a story to tell.

Radio Nostalgia From Mars accompanies you on your journey, a personalized soundtrack that will crash into your psyche. Immerse yourself in the thought-provoking survivor stories of the ultra-rich few living on Mars, as a soft-spoken radio DJ drives the show forward with a collection of relaxing apocalypse tunes.

Meticulously drawn and stylized to resemble classic late ’90s animated films – Atlantis, Tarzan, Road to El Dorado – while taking a page from the critically acclaimed series from Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky, Primal .

The little is coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

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