Developer and publisher Hitcents released the original Draw a Stickman: EPIC on Nintendo Switch. After almost a decade, the 2012 game has sold over a million copies across various platforms. The 2018 Draw a Stickman: EPIC 2 release on Switch sold 300,000 units and now those same console owners can grab the original hit in the series.
Featuring mystery, wonder, unusual creatures, and cryptic puzzles, the magical storybook land invites players to unleash their creativity. Through the customizable stickman feature players can animate and create their own hero. Various unlockable colors help draw life into one’s character as they play through the cartoon levels.
Multiple pencil types are available for creating and animating solutions to the various challenges and obstacles. Fire pencils can burn down objects whereas a cloud pencil can create rain and lightning. A key pencil will unlock doors and an ax pencil can cut down trees. When dealing with in-game hazards an armor pencil gives the benefit of added protection.
Using the various assortment pencils and tools, players can fully realize their creativity with their stickman in this comedic action-packed adventure.
Draw a Stickman: EPIC is now available digitally on Nintendo Switch from the Nintendo eShop for $6.99 USD. The game is also available on PC for Windows and Mac through Humble Bundle and Steam and on Android, iOS, and Kindle mobile devices. More information on the Draw a Stickman series can be found by following @DrawaStickman on Twitter or by visiting drawastickman.com.
Hitcents (@Hitcents Twitter) is a full-service video game publisher and developer based in the United States. Founded in 1999 as an early internet advertising company, Hitcents’ roots in the gaming industry took hold in 2011 with Draw a Stickman. Currently the company focuses their development on their own games while also offering publishing services to small independent teams.
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