Dizzy Knight is Noodlecake's newest action game and it'll all be rather twirly-whirly when it launches on October 11th. It'll be free-to-play, though if you're sick of adverts you can get rid of them for £2.99/$2.99 and get some coins for your trouble.
Having been in development for a few years and inspired by titles like Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past and Slayin', Dizzy Knight is a passion project by self-taught Gavin Carter. In it, you'll play as either Crispin or Circe and fight the only way you know how - by spinning.
Whether you feel like taking on the bad guy-bashing endless mode or fancy the 40 stages of its adventure mode, there's a ton to enjoy here. Across four different worlds, you've got all sorts of traps, bosses, enemies, and more to encounter, and you can choose which controls feel best for you. Touchscreen, controller support, and tilt are available for you to mess around with.
Both of your adventurers have basic sword and base abilities, but you can customise them to your liking with upgrades, hurrah! It's got an adorable art style, funky chip tune soundtrack, and I have a feeling it'll be more difficult than you originally think.