Action Platformer Infinite – Beyond the Mind Out Today on Nintendo Switch!

SYDNEY – May 7, 2020 – Infinite – Beyond the Mind, the futuristic retro action platformer from developer Emilie Coyo and publisher Blowfish Studios, delivers high-flying, explosive combat to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam for Windows PC today.

Take on the forces of the Beljantaur Kingdom and its vile Queen Evangelyn as a pair of young women raised on the battlefields in a world devastated by war. Rush into the fray and eviscerate enemy battalions and war machines across 16 genre-blending levels to topple the evil empire.

Harness Tanya and Olga’s superpowers to bound across warzones with acrobatic maneuvers and unleash lightning-fast onslaughts against enemy soldiers. Annihilate heavy artillery by commandeering mounted gun emplacements, take to the skies and blow away waves of gunships in shoot-‘em-up sequences, and summon a robotic companion with an arsenal of long-ranged weapons to turn the tide against any foes that would stand in our heroes’ way.

Enlist the help of a partner with drop-in, drop-out co-op play to double your firepower, or turn up the challenge by racing against the clock, seeking high scores, and mastering a range of difficulty settings. Experience a story of friendship, conflict, and revenge brought to life with colorful chibi pixel art and a pulsing chiptune soundtrack inspired the 16-bit era.

“Infinite – Beyond the Mind is a love letter to the classic action games and platformers I adored growing up,” said developer Emilie Coyo. “Back then, I could have only dreamed I would be able to create an experience of my own that pays homage to my childhood favorites, so today is a special day for me and I’m delighted to share the game with everyone on PC and consoles.”

Infinite – Beyond the Mind is out now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam for $9.99 USD / €8.99 / £7.99. It features support for English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese language options.

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