Charming puzzle platformer The Lightbringer announced for Nintendo Switch and PC
Zordix Publishing and Polish developer Rock Square Thunderannounce the charming puzzle platformer The Lightbringerfor Nintendo Switch and PC on Steam! Featuring a heartfelt, fully voiced story in verse throughout and clever challenges, the indie adventure will be available later this year.
A mix of platforming and light combat!
The Lightbringer’s gameplay is all about exploring the detailed, bite-sized levels full of challenges and collectibles. Find and gather the Light Motes scattered across the cleverly designed stages and cleanse the corrupted monolith at the end of each one to complete them.
Your trusty boomerang will not only serve as a tool to solve puzzles on your journey but also as a weapon to defend yourself against the manifestations of corruption you will encounter along the way!
For centuries, people were able to harness energy from ancient monoliths scattered around the world which secured them a pleasant way of life. This changed, however, when one of the clans was overcome with greed and kept pushing their monolith for more and more power. As a result, something malicious awakened beneath the monolith and a tar-like substance started seeping out from underground.
The tar, simply referred to as “the corruption”, attacked everything in its path, spreading from one monolith to the next and destroying almost all signs of civilization. However, legend tells the story of The Lightbringer, a person able to harness the power of light and use it to cleanse the corruption to bring back the monoliths.
Your older sister was chosen to become the Lightbringer, but somewhere along her journey, she was taken by the corruption. Sharing some of her powers, the responsibility to travel the land, cleanse the malicious force, and try to save the world… now falls upon you.
He is actually very shy, introvert but no choice, have to go out to buy games. He likes food and food likes him. He somehow manage to find a job with the right time accommodate to gaming. He has a very short attention span, therefore has to finish a game fast or else a simple pun can distract him for the entire day. Yes a Pun, he loves puns as much as he loves games; easily distracted, whichever comes next.