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Morphite Makes Planetfall on Nintendo Switch™

p>FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SYDNEY – Nov. 2, 2017 – Morphite, the atmospheric sci-fi first-person shooter with platformer elements from Crescent Moon Games, Blowfish Studios, and We’re Five Games, is out now for Nintendo Switch™.

Explore unmapped galaxies filled with near endless possibilities, both dangerous and advantageous. Morphite’s main quest takes place on painstakingly detailed hand-crafted planets, while millions of procedurally-generated worlds await in optional side quests.

Dangerous creatures and hostile forces pose an ever-present threat throughout the cosmos. Engage in epic dogfights while exploring space in your ship and fight with an arsenal of weapons in first person combat to survive the perilous frontiers of uncharted planets.

Living amongst the stars as space station worker Myrah Kale. Uncover her forgotten past and its connection to Morphite, a legendarily rare resource. With the help of Kitkat, her robotic feline companion, Myrah sets out on a quest to find the substance and herself in the process.

Morphite offers players a grand, galaxy-spanning adventure to take part in,” said Ben Lee, CEO, Blowfish Studios. “We’re happy to finally share both Myrah’s story and Morphite’s rich procedurally-generated universe with the Nintendo Switch community.”

 

 

To learn more about Morphite, please explore the official website.

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About Blowfish Studios

Blowfish Studios is a Sydney-based Australian indie developer. The team strives to develop original multiplatform games with diverse feature sets that appeal to a broad audience, and to have fun in the process! To learn more about Blowfish Studios please visit our official website.

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Kyle MacGregor Burleson / Zack Furniss

Stride PR for Blowfish Studios

kyle@stridepr.com / zack@stridepr.com

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