Planet Alpha is an Upcoming Sci-Fi Platformer From Former IO Dev

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British publisher Team17 and Denmark-based independent developer Planet Alpha ApS today announced that the upcoming indie title Planet Alpha has officially joined the Team17 family.

Lazer previously worked at IO, working on Hitman (2017) and Hitman: Absolution.

In Planet Alpha, uou awake on a unusual alien world that is home to many mysterious, exotic flora and fauna.

Promising fast platforming action, puzzles, and stealth mechanics, players will have to explore the world and uncover the ability to rotate and control the planet.

Lazar started developing the game on his own about four years ago, but now sports a small team that is hard at work creating the game. "We are building something special and we're putting everything we have into it", says Lazar in a statement. "I can not wait to share our creation with the world", says Adrian Lazar, via press release.

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The game looks quite unique so hopefully it'll live up to expectations when it launches later this year. The world that Adrian and his team have made is one that I want to spend time in.

Team17 have sent word of the next game to be published under their label.

Check out the official Planet Alpha website for more information.

Planet Alpha will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch in 2018.

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