New indie game Harlow comes to Switch, PC, and MAC next year
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Harlow Rolls onto the Nintendo Switch, PC, and MAC early next year 

Rogue, a leading publisher of independent video games, today announced the team will be publishing atmospheric 2.5D physics-based, puzzle platformer, Harlow, a game by Arman Nobari, lead developer of Overthrow Studio. Lightyears off-course and low on power, Harlow, a clumsy, compact robot with a big heart and her trusty A.I logistics sidekick, Manifesto decide to plan a surprise party for the stranded, frozen colonists aboard the R1-Humanity. Harlow is coming to PC, MAC, and Nintendo Switch early next year and is available to wishlist on Steam. For regular updates, sign up to follow Harlow’s development and get exclusive, behind-the-scenes content: https://www.overthrow.studio/

Get a sneak peek at some gameplay here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0URAhNwXK4

Key Features:
Dozens of handcrafted levels — Explore the detail-packed, ancient planet the R1-Humanity orbits.
Original soundtrack — With over 1 hour of original tracks, each level, menu, and scene features a wide range of chillhop, synth, and lo-fi music.
Refined physics & controls — Bounce, dodge, and solve puzzles with simple, intuitive controls.
Stunning visuals — Machinery hisses and clanks. Derelict buildings and foreboding mountains rise up around you. Debris, light, and surroundings react to how you play.

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