A new platformer has entered the indie market, and this time it’s the atmospheric Vesper. Cordens Interactive is the developer. Deck13, who previously published The Surge, is the release. VesperPlayers control a small android who crosses an apocalyptic realm to determine the fate of his race.
2D-platformers are all the rage these days for indie companies, and this game takes it a step forward by mixing in modern mechanics with the feel of a ’90s platformer. The ’90sThere were many famous people. platformerFrom Super Mario World, to Kid Dracula. VesperHopes to tap into some nostalgia.
Some old and others new
Mixed in with classic ’90sPlatforming is a modern game that emphasizes the importance of platforming. onYou can stealthy and solve puzzles. The Drive Gun, which is the main weapon against the creatures lurking beneath the darkness, can be used by players. You can use a Drive Gun to absorb light from different sources to create dark spots that you can hide from your enemies. You can also use the absorbed light to activate traps or create portals. You can also use the Drive Gun to take control of your opponents, allowing them to exploit their capabilities and then dispose of them later. The design of the game’s content allows players to choose their own playstyle. You can play the game in stealth, or take on your opponents head-to-head.onIt’s up to you.
The story is a major part of the game. It often involves heavy topics like “free will and determinism.”Seven, a small android, is your guide. Robots have taken over the world and destroyed all life. These lands must be traversed by Seven in a journey. “about the struggle of between life and technology.”
Currently VesperIs onSteam sale at $17.99 USD – down from $19.99 USD If you’re interested in a preview of the game, you can also download it through Steam.