The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human coming soon to Nintendo Switch
13th December 2018
Enter an otherworldly ocean – The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human coming soon to Nintendo Switch
Unique metroidvania available to download from 25 December with a 30% launch discount
13 December 2018 – Indie publisher Digerati Distribution is pleased to reveal The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human, the award-winning sci-fi metroidvania from developer Y/CJ/Y, is arriving soon on Nintendo Switch.
Following its release for PS4 and Xbox One earlier this year, The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human will be bringing its meditative exploration and far-future underwater landscape to the platform on 25 December (EU) and 3 January (NA), along with a limited-time launch discount of 30%.
The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human | Nintendo Switch Trailer: https://youtu.be/mcUtxdm_5eQ
Winner of the Dreamhack Indie Game Award, The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human made its debut on PC in 2016 and was received with high critical acclaim.
“Aquatic Adventure distils the Metroidvania into its most essential parts and says something meaningful with it.” – 90/100 PC Gamer
“If you’re willing to both reduce your blood pressure and play one of the most calming, expansive, and lovely games out there today, this is the one” – 9/10 Game Grin
“Manages to pack a satisfying amount of action, tranquillity, and exploration into a concise, captivating adventure.” – 8.5/10 Destructoid
About the game
Explore the ruins of humanity in this mesmerizing underwater action-adventure. Discover thriving wildlife, encounter monstrous beasts, and let curiosity guide you through an inevitable voyage of extinction.
The water rose by an unpredictable amount due to climate change. The Earth’s surface froze over, and humans were forced to live underwater, where they could still harvest energy and grow food.
As resources began to dwindle in the year 2971, sub-aquatic spaceships were sent to a nearby wormhole to look for habitable planets. Things did not go as planned. And now the ship, Argo9, has returned thousands of years later…
Melancholic atmosphere: Witness the beauty of the sea as well as humanity’s influence on nature
Exploratory storytelling: Told through the art and backgrounds with some textual hints along the way
Unique conflict encounters: Confront – and learn how to overcome –deadly sea creatures
Polarized gameplay: It’s pretty chill until you’ve gotta fight for your life!