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    Platform Puzzler ‘A Tale of Paper’ Set To Launch On PS5 By Q1 2024

    Selecta Play has announced that “A Tale of Paper,” a platform puzzle game developed by Digerati, is scheduled to release for PlayStation 5 by the end of the first quarter of 2024.

    “A Tale of Paper” is an emotional journey centred around a paper figure, Line, who uses origami techniques to realize the dream of its creator. The game combines a poignant narrative with engaging gameplay, where players navigate through a series of atmospheric levels filled with puzzles and platform challenges.

    In this adventure, players will guide Line through various environments, each uniquely crafted with its own story and atmosphere. The game emphasizes the mastery of origami transformations, allowing Line to adapt to different situations. These transformations range from becoming an agile origami frog to soaring as a paper aeroplane, each form having its unique advantages and drawbacks.

    The narrative of “A Tale of Paper” is conveyed through the game’s world and objects, rather than text, encouraging players to explore and interact with their surroundings to uncover the deeper story. Hidden collectables scattered across levels provide further insights into the heartwarming tale behind Line’s journey.

    Additionally, the game features extra chapters that unlock upon completing the main adventure. These prequel chapters introduce a new character, abilities, and challenges, expanding the depth and richness of the game’s universe.

    Selecta Play promises more information about “A Tale of Paper” soon and encourages fans to stay updated through their social media channels. This upcoming release promises to be a captivating experience for players looking to immerse themselves in a world where creativity and emotion blend seamlessly.

    The game is set to launch by the end of Q1 2024.

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