By Emily Gera,
Monday, 7 October 2019 16:08 GMT
Amanita Styles, the maker of Machinarium and the Samorost series, has released a new adventure known as Pilgrims.
The final time we heard from Amanita was in 2019, when the studio hinted at the release of its 1st horror platformer Creaks. Right here we have been minding our personal company, and it turns out the indie developer has apparently been quietly toiling away behind the scenes on a entire new game completely.
Pilgrims is a storybook-like adventure game with an item-swapping, deck-developing gameplay program and a beautiful art style reminiscent of Machinarium, all 2D and hand-crafted, only this time with a cast of quaint bears and babushka-wearing grannies. The game’s card-primarily based, deck-developing gameplay – which you can verify out in the video under – is related to the card program introduced in Samorost three.
Amanita is pushing Pilgrims as a game to played additional than when. “Don’t beat it,” reads the game’s Steam web page, “play with it! Resolve the many tasks applying dozens of things and one of a kind characters without the need of getting obliged to stick to a single designated path.”
“Roam the land as you please and make new buddies, share a laugh with your fellow travelers and enable them full their small stories, your way. How a lot of diverse options can you come across?”
Pilgrims is now offered for Computer, Linux, Mac, and Apple Arcade for $five. Creaks is at the moment slated to release sometime in 2020.