Whitethorn Digital announced that the solo developed game by Matías Schmied, Evan’s Remains, will launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC-via Steam on June 11 for $6.99.
“Evan’s Remains tries to convey a strong feeling of mystery and to leave the player wondering — just what is really going on here?,” lead developer Matías Schmied said. “Like its inspirations – Ace Attorney, Ghost Trick, Danganronpa, Yume Nikki, and many others – we hope players will feel a profound sense of satisfaction as they slowly piece together the narrative.”
Evan’s Remains is a narrative-driven puzzle platformer featuring pixel-graphics. The game’s puzzles must be solved by using logic rather than skill, and throughout the game, players will uncover the story of the disappearance of the missing boy: Evan. Evan is a boy genius who has been missing for years, one day a letter emerges that points to him being alive on an uninhabited island. He requests a girl named Dysis to come to find him. Players assume the role of Dysis on her quest, but the island’s mysteries aren’t going to make that so easy.
The game features pixel-graphics and a range of different characters who evolve over the course of the story.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on all future news for Evan’s Remains. If you want to try the game today, there’s currently a free demo available on the Steam page.
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