- Title : .fall
- Release Date: October 29, 2019
- Price : US$ 4.99
- Language : Japanese, English, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified)
".fall" was selected as an official selection work of "BitSummit Gaiden 2020".
".fall" is a simple profound action puzzle game that you jump from block to block.
Although the control is quite simple by using only left-right keys, you will get addicted to this game while aiming for a high score by connecting a bunch blocks or thinking the order of deleting blocks.
You can play up to level 1000. Survive to the utmost limits.
Compete for the scores up to level 100. Aim for combos and get a high score.
You can play locally. Play with friends and family.
"endurance game" and "sprint game" have the ranking mode. Aim for the high score and become the world!
".fall" is developed by Kuniaki Watanabe, the producer of legendary PlayStation game "Panekit" and Wii game "Maboshi’s Arcade".
"Panekit" is the simulation game for PlayStation released on August 5th, 1999. As described in the tag line "unlimited toy box", a player can assemble various parts freely to create a car, an airplane, etc. and play with those in a field. The game has high flexibility, and the appearance and performance of assembled item changes depending on how a player use different parts. A player can enjoy the game many times while feeling new at every time. Therefore there have still been many ardent fans after 20 years since the release.
This year is the 20th anniversary since the release of "Panekit". Please experience the new game produced by Kuniaki Watanabe!
"Maboshi’s Arcade" is the action game for Wii released on October 7th, 2008. There are 3 games represented by 3 figures: "Circle", "Bar", and "Square". A player is challenged to score 1 million points. It requires only 1 button to play any of these 3 games, and 3 players at maximum can play the game together.
This game received a high rating, and Metacritic score ranked "Maboshi's Arcade" 39th (Top 5%) among the Wii games.
Music was created by Satoshi Ishikawa who produced some of "Fate/stay night [Realta Nua]" and "TAIKO DRUM MASTER".
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