Every so often, a game comes along with just the right amount of narrative, character depth, and combat pacing. Minicore Studios’ latest project The Sun at Night has nailed all of the above and more.
— Indie Game Magazine
The Sun at Night is a video game and it wants you to know it... [it] is the weirdest bit of alt history I’ve ever played.
— Polygon
The Sun at Night salutes history, and not just in gaming. As a 2D platformer, it recalls latter-day Mega Man, and, digging further into history, it offers a narrative set in the Soviet Union. What matters most is the narrative.
— Kill Screen