Published on February 10th, 2021 | by Adrian Gunning

Blue Fire Earns Top-Charting Success on Nintendo Switch and Steam

Graffiti Games and Robi Studios today announced that their title Blue Fire released last week to chart-topping results and much fanfare, propelling the 3D action adventure platformer to No. 6 in “Best Sellers” in the Nintendo eShop and the No. 1 spot in Steam’s “New and Trending” section.

Blue Fire earned additional honors, including:

  • No. 6 in “Best Sellers” in the Nintendo eShop
  • No. 1 in Steam’s “New Releases”
  • Top-4 title in the eShop’s “Featured” section
  • Featured release on
  • No. 1 Steam community recommended game
  • More than 500,000+ views of the game’s launch trailers
  • More than 730 million launch week media and social impressions

Blue Fire is available on the Nintendo Switch™ as a console exclusive and on PC for $19.99 USD. The game will launch on additional consoles in the coming months.

“Robi Studios worked tirelessly to create a high-quality game for the community to enjoy and you can see that reflected in Blue Fire’s chart-topping success,” said Alex Josef, CEO of Graffiti Games. “We’re excited for the game’s accomplishments, which have allowed us to recoup the development costs within the first 24 hours. Together with Robi, we look forward to continued success for Blue Fire going forward.”

In Blue Fire, players embark on an extraordinary adventure through the desolate kingdom of Penumbra to discover the hidden secrets of this long-forgotten land. Explore mystical temples, where players will need to master the art of movement to survive increasingly difficult 3D platforming challenges. Along the adventure, players will slash their way through diverse adversaries, encounter survivors, collect valuable items, take on strange quests and more.

For more information regarding Blue Fire please visit Graffiti’s Twitter page, Robi’s Twitter page or the Blue Fire Discord.

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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