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    Set your belongings on fire in serene puzzler Bonfire Peaks.

    Indie developer Corey Martin and Alan Hazelden, founder of the boutique puzzle-making studio Draknek & Friends (A Monster’s Expedition, Cosmic Express), have announced a new trailer that their upcoming puzzle game Bonfire Peaks will be released in Q3 2021 to PC, Mac & Linux.

    Move onwards, move upwards, and leave nothing behind: in Bonfire Peaks, players must climb to the top of a mysterious island ruin, burning everything they own along the way. Featuring hours of masterfully designed puzzle content, a breathtakingly lovely voxel overworld, and not a single second of filler content.

    Features list:

    • ? Burn your belongings to a crisp in easy-to-learn, hard-to-master puzzles

    • ? Straight to the point: A cerebral experience in elegant level design with zero filler.

    • ? 100+ fiendishly difficult levels scattered around an atmospheric overworld.
      Stuck? Leave one for later!

    • ? A feast for the eyes: Sokoban mechanics rendered with vibrant, lush voxel art.

    • ? Serene and atmospheric soundtrack to chill your brain while you take on mind-bending puzzles.

    • ? Did we mention it was difficult? Well, it’s very much a Draknek game!

    Game contents as shared on Steam:

    Move onwards, move upwards and leave nothing behind.
    Bonfire Peaks is a puzzle game about closure, by Corey Martin and published as well as co-produced by Draknek, creator of A Monster’s Expedition and Cosmic Express.

    Navigate expertly designed puzzles in a breathtakingly lovely voxel-based world. Filler content has been burned away to create a perfectly fine-tuned experience, filled with richly rewarding riddles and surprising new mechanics that’ll keep sparking your interest right through to the end.

    Created by Pipe Push Paradise and Hiding Spot developer Corey Martin, with art by Mari Khaleghi and Zach Soares.

    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.

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