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Niche Spotlight – Tanuki Justice

Tanuki Justice

Today’s Niche Spotlight is Tanuki Justice, a retro-inspired action-platformer by Wonderboy Bobi and No Gravity Games.

Fight your way through a cute and colorful rendition of feudal Japan, full of anthropomorphic animals and mystical creatures, as one of the tanuki twins. Fight hordes of enemies and massive bosses with a never-ending barrage of shurikens, as you run and jump your way through intense platforming segments. Go alone or invite a friend along to play as the other tanuki twin.

You can find the launch trailer below.

Tanuki Justice is available on Windows PC (via Steam), and Nintendo Switch for $14.99 USD.

You can find the rundown (via Steam) below:

FEATURES
🦝 Dynamic and smooth platforming.
🦝 Cute but sassy visuals and characters.
🦝 Dozens of different types of enemies, mini-bosses, and BOSSES.
🦝 Conventional shurikens day-to-day and a big one for big trouble.
🦝 Playable in single or two-player mode.

SUMMARY
Tanuki Justice is an intense run ’n gun platformer, full of non-stop action sequences in which you incarnate a tanuki brother and sister. You’ll face hundreds of enemies in varied environments and landscapes of feudal Japan. Fast, rhythmic retro music; and numerous, difficult situations will surely remind you of good old arcade games. The simple yet rich gameplay allows for spectacular fights and high-octane action. Tired of playing alone? Bring a friend and deliver a family beat-down together as tanuki siblings. Hope you both enjoy a challenge as this game will challenge even the most skilled players.

And remember: time is your worst enemy.

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