Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity Hits Nintendo Switch On July 16

Pixelnauts Games today announced that Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity hits Nintendo Switch on July 16, 2019. Pre-orders are available starting today on the Nintendo eShop for $9.99.

Prepare to once again embark on a perilous journey filled with deadly asteroids, orbital boosts and the emptiness of space, but this time escape space pirates and more in Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity, the definitive version of the fast-paced, dodge ‘em up game from Pixelnauts Games. Terminal Velocity upgrades include new mechanics, increased levels and more, to provide players with the best momentum-driven experience possible.

About the game

In Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity players boost, swim, bounce, leap, smash and teleport their way through a myriad of obstacles in a desolate yet beautiful galaxy as they struggle to find their way back to civilization. Armed with only an improvised set of equipment and a relentless spirit, astronauts will need to survive 65 intense levels across 5 systems, and confront not only their mortality, but also what lurks in the darkness. To aid in the travels, survivors must upgrade their abilities and employ fast-thinking skills to complete their interstellar journey alive.

Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity features lots of new content including:

New Mechanics:

  • Drill through asteroids, but make sure to not overheat.
  • Smash into explosives to send them flying in obstacles and space pirates to clear the way.
  • Dodge mines, laser fences, spikes and other space pirate traps!
  • Grind and change rails to easily pass by obstacles.

New Levels:

  • Explore 12 new story-driven levels in a brand-new solar system!
  • Clear a path for an out of control starship.
  • Escape pirates in an intense boss chase.
  • Sneak and smash your way through an old space mine.
  • Try your skills at over 15 new and extremely challenging levels!

Check out the Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity Release Trailer:

 

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