Award winning Flipping Death gets physical release in the US

Leap between worlds and help fellow ghosts in this truly innovative puzzle platformer.

Award winning Swedish indie studio Zoink Games announced today the physical release of their critically acclaimed, innovative puzzle platformer Flipping Death, now available at retails stores in the United States. This same announcement was made for the EU zone earlier this month.

Flipping Death is an innovative puzzle platformer game that tells the story of Penny, a girl that dies and arrives at the underworld with the task of helping other ghosts with their still matters. With a really unique gameplay mechanic that allows players to switch between the two worlds in an instant, Flipping Death is a truly unique title in a gaming scene branded by a platformer flood.

Publisher at Rising Star Games listed the game’s main features as follows:

  • Flip Between Worlds: Move swiftly between the living and the dead realms.
  • Possess the Living: Control their limbs and read their minds to solve puzzles.
  • Play as Death: You’re just a temp, but the ultimate power of life and death is in your hands.
  • Dive Into a Rich, Colorful World: Explore vivid environments in a pop-up book style and make your way through a completely original storyline

Flipping Death

With these powers, leap between platforms, solve puzzles and help the dead rest in peace by possessing the living and making them dance around at your merest whim in this comedic adventure game by Zoink Games and with writing by the Eisner-award winning Ryan North.

Reviews for Flipping Death on Steam are “Positive” and critics have praised it for its unique world and great looking graphics, as well as original storyline.

Flipping Death is available today for $29.95 as a physical retail release for the PlayStation®4 system and Nintendo Switch™ system.

Associate Editor

Our boy from Buenos Aires, Juan has been a gamer for as long as he can remember (and possibly even longer than that). He loves a good story, and believes every indie game has a compelling one to tell.

Juan Manuel Fontan

Associate Editor Our boy from Buenos Aires, Juan has been a gamer for as long as he can remember (and possibly even longer than that). He loves a good story, and believes every indie game has a compelling one to tell.