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GONNER2 fast paced platformer gets a release

GONNER2 fast paced platformer gets a release in linux gaming mac and windows pc

GONNER2 fast paced platformer gets a release in Linux gaming, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Art in Heart. Which is now available via Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

Raw Fury AB and Swedish indie studio Art in Heart. Led by game designer Mattias “Ditto” Dittrich are euphoric to announce the GONNER2. Which is also the sequel to the IGF award-winner GoNNER. Launching worldwide on PC as well as on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Game Pass.

GONNER2 Launch Trailer

GONNER2 sees the return of our unexpected hero Ikk. This time around he’s setting off on a wacky action ride to help Death herself. Death’s lair has been taken over by a mysterious presence. So now Ikk needs to help her get rid of it. Players will journey through colorful, chaotic worlds. Working to survive in this balletic and ballistic action platformer. Pulling off flying, jumping and bouncing stunts while trying to figure out just what the heck is going on. You can now also team up with friends in the new local co-op mode for up to four players.

With its procedurally generated worlds and non-linear level structure. So that every session of GONNER2 delivers a unique experience. And there are unique ways players can choose from to grab the game.

GONNER2: The base edition. A great purchase for a great game. Play solo or together with friends in co-op!
The Full Ikk Edition: The whole enchilada! Get both the base game and its original soundtrack in one pack.
Lose Your Head Deluxe Bundle: A juicy combo featuring both the GONNER2 and GoNNER base games, plus both original soundtracks.

The fast paced platformer gets a release, priced at $12.99 USD. Available now on Humble Store, GOG and Steam. Also note, both Humble Store and GOG have a 10% discount.

Art in Heart is a studio founded by programmer, game designer, and artist Ditto (Planeter, Hets). The studio’s first project, GoNNER, was released in 2016 and won an IGF award. It was the the first commercial release for Ditto after having released several smaller and well-regarded prototypes on

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