Project Blue, the NES-inspired 2D adventure game by 8-bit Legit is coming to Nintendo Switch this month. The Mega Man-like game will be available on the eShop on October 6th for $9.99/€9.99.

The game takes place in a dystopian cyberpunk world and tasks players with escaping a secret laboratory that has been turning children into biological weapons. One such child, referred to as Blue, manages to break free of their confines, and it is up to the player to help them escape by shooting their way enemies in this Mega Man-like platforming adventure game.

To find out more about Project Blue, be sure to check out the official trailer and game description below.

About Project Blue:

Hidden in the outskirts of the Dezone, a secret bio-weapons lab is conducting unspeakable experiments on the homeless youth of that concrete wasteland.

The most promising test subject, codenamed PROJECT BLUE, manages to break free following an overly successful bio-energy augmentation.

Now it’s up to YOU to help Blue escape from Theta Lab and bring down the shadowy multinational conglomerate running Neo Hong Kong!

Put your skill, wits, and reflexes to the test as you jump, swim, and blast your way through four massive areas in this exciting new action platformer.

– 256 screens of heart-pounding action!
– A huge, original soundtrack of 22 songs!
– 3 layout-changing difficulty modes!
– Secret rooms and alternate routes galore!

Will you be picking up Project Blue when it comes out this month? Let us know in the comments.

Source: 8-bit Legit PR

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