FOX n FORESTS for Switch

FOX n FORESTS (Switch)

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FOX n FORESTS is a 2D 16-Bit style action platformer with adventure and puzzle elements! Set within a mystic forest and its surroundings, FOX n FORESTS is a stunning fable offering pixel perfect Retrotainment and rewarding challenges! The game is inspired by the glorious days of 16-Bit and all time classics like Super Ghouls ’n Ghosts, Wonder Boy in Monster World and ActRaiser 2 as well as the Castlevania and Zelda series.
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The Fox n Forests developers set out to create something that both looks and feels right out of the 16-bit era and it’s safe to say they accomplished just that. Not only did they deliver a truly breathtaking rendition of the classic art style, but also introduced an interesting mechanic to the already familiar style of play.

Casey Gibson May 21, 2018



Fox n Forests can’t be faulted for its fantastically accurate portrayal of 16-bit platforming; very few indie games have managed to nail the look and sound of the SNES so well. Its season-changing gimmick also makes for some inventive moments. Where it lets itself down is in its fiddly controls and its short length, which combine to make a game that’s merely good when it could have been great.

Chris Scullion May 21, 2018


Fox n Forests respecte religieusement tous les aspects de l'époque à laquelle il espère rendre hommage : des gros sprites satisfaisants aux backgrounds pixelart en passant par de gros soucis de collisions et du respawn impitoyable dont nous nous serions bien passés. Proposant de nombreuses améliorations qui servent au final comme autant de prétextes pour visiter encore et encore les mêmes niveaux assez inégaux, le jeu de Bonus Level semble avoir eu peur de ne pas en faire assez.

Thomas Pillon May 16, 2018