Eastasiasoft announced that they will publish the SandBloom Studio-developed 2D puzzle platformer Emma: Lost in Memories on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in May 2020.
Emma: Lost in Memories stars Emma, a young girl who is eager to explore. One day, she leaves home following an owl. However, she finds herself lost in a strange place and the world around her begins to disappear.
Gameplay in Emma: Lost in Memories has players quickly reacting to vanishing platforms. Everything the Emma touches will begin to disappear. To get through these areas, players will need to continually move through the levels. It should be noted that Emma runs automatically at a fixed speed, so it’s mostly up to the players to control her special abilities, such as, double jump, dash, and climb.
Each level is created on a single screen and features various puzzles and hazards that players will need to get through. There are two game modes available, Main Story and Memory Chest, which is unlocked after the story is completed.
The publisher has confirmed that the game will release physically on Vita, with pre-orders coming soon.
Emma: Lost in Memories is available now on PC-via Steam.
You can watch a new trailer for Emma: Lost in Memories, which shows gameplay from the console version below:
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