With a launch date still to be confirmed, boss rush/exploration game Bittersweet Birthday potentially has a long way to go before it arrives on PC and Switch. Yet despite this, the game is already looking very promising, with a beautifully colourful, wonderfully drawn pixel art style and some absolutely gorgeous animation.

Playing as a character who wakes up with no memories, Bittersweet Birthday is a game in which every encounter you have with the in-game enemies is a unique challenge. It’s not all about the combat, however, as you’ll be able to explore the game’s charming, appealingly bright world and assist its inhabitants with their own issues – while learning about the game’s world and history.

Indie publisher Pineapple Works and developer World Eater Games are responsible for bringing Bittersweet Birthday to our computer and Nintendo Switch screens – and they have quite a few plans underway for the game. Not only can you already get a taste of the game via the free demo (now available on Steam), but Pineapple Works are also launching an IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign soon (date yet to be confirmed).

You can check out the trailer for Bittersweet Birthday below – and you can add it to your wishlist on Steam here.

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