One to Watch – Noita

Developer/Publisher: Nolla Games

Platforms: PC
System Requirements: Unknown
Release Date: “When it’s done”
Price: TBC

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Noita – which is Finnish for Witch, is a magical action rogue like RPG making use of the Falling Everything Engine, where every single pixel is simulated and will be effected in a realistic manner by physics.

Use magic to manipulate the world around you and crush your enemies.  Death maybe permanent in this game, but you will use what you’ve learnt to help you on your next adventure through a wide variety of procedural worlds from dark mines to frozen wastes. The further you progress the better spells you will be able to create.

  • Pixel-based physics: Every pixel in the world is completely simulated. Burn, explode or melt anything. Swim in the blood of your foes! Enter a simulated world that is more interactive than anything you’ve seen before.
  • Loads of Magic: Create new spells as you delve deeper into the caverns. Use magic to crush your enemies and manipulate the world around you.
  • Procedurally generated world: Explore a unique world every time you play. Discover new environments as you adventure deeper.
  • Action roguelite: Death is permanent and always a looming threat. When you die, don’t despair, use what you’ve learned to get further on your next adventure.

MEDIA

I’ve been keeping my eye on this for a little while now and I’m really impressed with how it looks. The effects from the games engine look amazing and I can’t wait to see what kinds of crazy combinations you can create when playing. 

-Will 

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