This week’s Indie World Showcase from Nintendo had plenty of games to show off, but Tunche from Peruvian developer LEAP was one of the highlights. Animated with hand-drawn art and inspired by Latin-American mythology, Tunche is a beat-’em-up roguelike set in the Amazon rainforest. In case you missed it, you can see the trailer for the quirky adventure game below.
Tunche’s story can also be played in four-player co-op, and its combat system is described as having a “stylish” grade system, not too dissimilar from Capcom’s Devil May Cry series which pushes players to earn SSS-rank scores during enemy encounters. Taking control of Rumi, Qaru, Nayra, or Pancho and beating down an army of minions will eventually result in players facing off against one of the fantasy beast boss monsters who have become the masters of their jungle territory.
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