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Control a Floating Eyeball in Witcheye, Now Available on Mobile

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Tucked away in her humble little hut, a witch tends to some spring cleaning. While she is clearing out one of her dressers full of spell ingredients, a mysterious knight barges in and steals everything in sight. Caught completely off guard, the witch springs into action by turning into a mystical… eyeball?

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Witcheye is a new 2D platformer that harkens back to the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis days, with its colorful and detailed pixel art and retro soundtrack. Witcheye is designed by Peter Malamud Smith, the creator of the NES game adaptation of the classic novel The Great Gatsby.

Using simple touch controls, players will swipe around the screen to launch the Witcheye in whatever direction they please. If you want to stop all you have to do is touch the screen. Players will need to utilize some tricky maneuvering to get through the six vibrant worlds that await this witch.

With over 50+ levels, this witch’s adventure is not for the faint of heart! New environments, tricky enemies, and massive bosses await her on her quest to get her ingredients back. Some of these bosses are quite formidable looking thanks to the crisp pixel art, so get ready for a fight!

Witcheye is available now on the App Store and Google Play Store for 2.99 USD.

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Jeremy Kanjanapangka
Jeremy is a Content Writer for Touch, Tap, Play, and has been writing in the games journalism industry for almost a decade now. With a degree in English and a passion for games, he loves to talk and write about all kinds of games. While you can find him covering the latest and greatest games, there is a special place in his heart for RPGs, action-adventure games, fighting games, and anything Nintendo related.