Rayark, the developer behind top-notch rhythm-action games Voez and Deemo, has announced that another of its music titles, Cytus Alpha, is coming to Switch on April 25th.
Cytus Alpha, like Voez and Deemo before it, originated as a free-to-play mobile title – one that’s garnered a lot of praise since release in 2012.
It features a dystopian sci-fi narrative, but the core of Cytus is pure rhythm-action, with its touch-screen gameplay based round tapping, dragging, and holding circular notes that appear on-screen. Which mightn’t sound like much, but there’s a lot of nuance to its mechanics (and a great soundtrack to accompany them), with the end result looking a little something like this:
Source: Eurogamer Voez dev's rhythm-actioner Cytus Alpha coming to Switch later this month