Hand-painted adventure Seasons After Fall leaps to PS4 16th May

Explore lush, hand-painted landscapes as a fox in new adventure from Swing Swing Submarine

Hi everyone! I’m William David, game designer at Swing Swing Submarine. I’m excited to say that our hand-painted puzzle-adventure game Seasons After Fall comes to PlayStation 4 on 16th May!

As a wild fox, you are sent on a perilous journey aided only by your ability to change the seasons at will. Pounce through a wondrous land governed by magic and nature, dancing with the elements as you dynamically switch between the seasons.

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Winter freezes waterfalls, while the rain from Spring raises water levels. Switching to Summer causes plants to grow and extend, while Fall brings mushrooms to bloom, creating new platforms to climb!

Switching between seasons offers a constantly changing, fresh aesthetic, visually altering the charming hand-drawn world around you. It also has a meaningful impact on gameplay, opening up unique new ways to explore the forest and uncover the truth about the Guardians.

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Enhancing the captivating atmosphere of Seasons After Fall are the enchanting sounds of the live string quartet that accompanies you on your journey. This unique soundtrack was composed and recorded just for our game, and it’s one of the features we’re most proud of!

Each of the seasons drastically alters the environment: it will be up to you to change the world and open new paths. The forest of Seasons After Fall is overflowing with secrets – can you discover them all?

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This is beautiful. Looking forward to it


Looks really beautiful, day one purchase


Cannot wait for it

Seen trailers of it and it looks so gorgeous! Definitely getting it day one.

HomessaHomem 05 May, 2017 @ 21:34

Any chance of a PS Vita version?


With artwork that stunning AND a Platinum trophy? SOLD.

Benno_Jonson 06 May, 2017 @ 11:07

Sweet. Always great when there’s a game that I can play with the kids.

Really reminds me of Ori and the Blind Forest, it looks really nice.


Decent platformer (also available on PC and XOne) with too much backtracking and repetitive mechanics. Nice soundtrack by Yann Van Der Cruyssen — Nurykabe for those familiar with the chiptune artist.Don’t be fooled though: it’s not Ori. The graphics are gorgeous but the gameplay is very simple, there are no enemies, you can’t die.

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