Sir Lovelot Is a Pixel-Art Platformer That Hopes to Lance Its Way into Your Heart on March 3

Sir Lovelot

I’m always on the lookout for a good pixel-art platformer, so when Sir Lovelot appeared on my radar, I was instantly intrigued. This is a classic-style 2D platformer about a knight who throws himself into all sorts of danger to impress princesses and hopefully find true love.

Sir Lovelot reminds me of a version of Super Meat Boy that was designed using the aesthetic of Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse — and this is definitely intended to be a compliment.

Here’s a list of features straight from a recent press release:

  • Love is a battlefield, and you’re about to find out why, as you take on devious challenges, in over 40 handcrafted levels.
  • Take on rivals to your affections as you face unsavory nasties who roam the land looking to end your journey in heartbreak.
  • The road to romance is rarely straightforward; discover secrets and special treasure that will surely surprise your future paramour.
  • Serenade your player 2 with a beautiful soundtrack by Alexander Falinski, known for his talent on Cut the Rope, LightSlinger Heroes, and Tap the Frog.
  • Sir Lovelot is fluent in 14 love languages: English, French, Dutch, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Korean, Japanese, Chinese – Traditional, Luxembourgish.

Sir Lovelot is due out March 3 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam. You can check out the game’s launch trailer below.

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