After the long and arduous greenlighting process, dog-lead indie action platformer The Sun at Night is finally on Steam.
I haven't covered this game before, and it's not because I don't love the idea of Soviet cosmo-dog Laika being refitted with robot parts to fight alongside humans in a strange Cold War alternate reality. It's also not because I don't think the game is well made, clever, or challenging enough to keep fans of the "Metroidvania" genre happy. It's certainly not because a friend of mine works for developer Minicore Studios and recently presented me with a couple screenshots of a conspicuously named NPC he wrote; an NPC with a sense of humor who also happens to have Sailor Moon on her mind.
... Wait no, it might actually be that last one.
Obviously my word on this game is going to be anything but impartial, so all I'll say is that if The Sun at Night sounds like something you would be into, you can check it out for yourself on Steam.