Drawn to Life: Two Realms, the latest in 505 Games’s long-running action-platformer series, is out now on Android.
This new instalment sees you once again drawing your own hero and taking them into a 2D side-scrolling platformy adventure, accompanied by the quirky Raposa.
Drawn to Life: Two Realms features an all new creation tool that gives you access to millions of colors, stickers, templates, hero animations, and more, making it easier to come up with a satsfactory avatar. There’s an outfit system, too, letting you unlock and apply stickers for an extra layer of customization.
Storywise, Drawn to Life: Two Realms sees you travelling between Raposa and Human towns, gradually uncovering the mystery of the shadow as you attempt to rescue Mike and his friends.
In practice, that means jumping, spinning, ground-pounding, and generally platforming your way through 100 challenges.
It looks like a solid effort, and it’s coming out simultaneously on mobile, Switch, and PC. It costs half as much on Android as it does on the big screen platforms, too, coming in at a very reasonable $4.99.
You can download Drawn to Life: Two Realms on the Google Play Store right now.