Sandbox RPG Don't Sink is now available on Nintendo Switch

4 Jan 2019 Friday
Sandbox RPG Don't Sink is now available on Nintendo Switch
Korhan ONUK
Korhan ONUK Editor

Raise the anchor!

Don't Sink is two-dimensional, 16-bit beauty created by Studio Eris stands out for it’s saucy humor and eye-catching color schemes. Explore a massive world of unique islands and landscapes while maintaining the health and morale of your crew.

Don't Sink is now available on Nintendo eShop

In Don't Sink, stock up on plenty of cannonballs and grapeshot for exciting battles with other pirates, or settle for the less exciting alternative of fleeing. Discover new island chains and fight your way across the sea to unlock bigger and better vessels so you can haul bigger and better booty. On top of all this sweet pirate-on-pirate action, be sure to pay attention to the island locals—they may have useful hints, interesting lore, or plunder-filled quests for you. 

You can explore a massive world of unique, vividly-colored handcrafted islands in a sea never sailed. Juicy hues paint the landscapes and create a truly beautiful setting for your swashbuckling adventure. Pick up plenty of quests that will have you waterlogged and wayfaring in no time. Staying seaworthy is no small task!

There will not be only OTHER pirates sailing in Don't Sink. Also the threat of foodborne illness is ever-present as well. Stock the right supplies to keep your ship afloat and your crew happy until you reach fair shores. Tending to the morale, health, hunger, and thirst of your crew requires regular supply runs. Long journeys could force you to ration the rum. The horror! Experienced swashbucklers must prepare on dry land for the variety of challenges that await them in the briny deep.

You will purchase larger ships as you fight your way through the sea. Famously powerful vessels such as the Galleon and Man of War are but a few of the available options. You’ll have to battle, plunder and explore to see them all.

Don’t Sink is available on the Nintendo Switch eShop for $9.99, and may also be purchased through Steam and the Microsoft Store.

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