Nine Witches: Family Disruption is an occult comedy about stopping Nazis
26 Nov, 2019
The Nazis have arrived in Norway, and it’s up to a quadriplegic professor and his assistant to stop them in Nine Witches: Family Disruption.
In Nine Witches: Family Disruption, the setting is World War II, and the peaceful village of Sundäe, Norway is interrupted by the sudden arrival of the Nazis under the Okkulte-SS division. The Allies’ only hope to stop them appear to be the quadriplegic occult expert Professor Alexei Krakovitz and his assistant Akiro Kagasawa. Dispatched by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom himself, the two must explore the hamlet of Sundäe to put a stop to the Nazi designs.
Drenched in pixel art, Nine Witches will have you exploring, adventuring and talking to characters both alive and dead (the good professor is capable of crossing into the realm of the dead, you see). You get to control both Professor Krakovitz, who is wheelchair-bound, and Kagasawa, who performs the more physical actions necessary.
You’ll also be solving puzzles to get ahead of the Nazis, and the game also includes side-scrolling action combat for those special, intimate moments.
Have a look at the game in action below:
Nine Witches: Family Disruption is being developed by Argentinian studio Indiesruption, led by developer Diego Cánepa. The game is being made in collaboration with the more established Australian outfit Blowfish Studios.
Expect the game to release sometime in the second quarter of 2020, across PC (via Steam), PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. Pricing for the game has been set to $19.99 in the US, €17.99 in the EU and £15.99 in the UK. Apart from English, the game will also be available in Spanish, German, French, and Portuguese.
For more information on Nine Witches: Family Disruption, have a look at the official website here.