Lunnye Devitsy 2013 and Wake 2013


Today, Boss Baddie announced Lunnye Devitsy 2013 and Wake 2013 are heading to Steam. Previously only available in Indie Royale’s Valentines 2.0 bundle, both games are heading to Steam soon!

Lunnye Devitsy, originally released in 2009, is a puzzle platformer about an alien who falls from the moon. There are 6 ways home (there might be more!) including postboxes, cannons and a giant lava monster! Lunnye has been updated with a new soundtrack which is 3 times bigger than before! We’ve also added widescreen support, better controller support, new graphics and new locations. It’s a relaxing game where the character can not die.

Wake isn’t quite so relaxing! It tells the story of an engineer trapped on a sinking ship. Dubbed an “escapevania”, the player has to find items and tools to make their way up the ship to escape. As well competing against the rising water and fires, the ship has a dangerous security system that has gone haywire! Bullets and lasers will also keep you from leaving. It’s tense and close-quarters!

Wake was originally made in 2010, and it has been updated for 2013 with widescreen support, wider controller support, enhanced graphics, new traps, new room randomisation system and more secret content to unlock!

Together the games form a bundle called The Lunar Pack, which tell different sides of a story involving a deadly meteor shower.

Both games are coming soon to Steam complete with bundled soundtracks (in MP3 and FLAC!).

For more information about both games please visit:

About Boss Baddie

Boss Baddie is a UK-based independent studio making games for PC, PS3, PS Vita and mobile. Our games are inspired by music and stories, sprinkled with daft things. We’re made up of James Whitehead and Caroline Powrie.

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