Korean indiegame studio PLAY Mephistowaltz has released their action puzzle platform adventure DOOR: Inner Child to Steam Early Access.
You are Nia, a small figure who resides in the Soul World. Your world is falling apart due to the broken hearts of the souls around you. To heal them, you must listen to their stories and solve the puzzles their doors lead to. Each area is rendered in a different graphical style, making DOOR: Inner Child rather unique in the area of game visuals. But that’s not all…depending on the mood of the soul you’re saving, the camera will be fixed at a different perspective, which is a fresh approach to puzzle-solving (clues that remained hidden will become visible once the soul starts getting better).
An adventure with the goal of healing the Soul World
A spectacular world that expresses various emotions
Each part of the Soul World is unique in its color scheme, camera perspective, and gameplay style
Each stage visibly changes depending on the emotion
Graphics that feel unique and charming at a glance
The exploration of the soul is expressed through the movement of the character, as well as split screen and etc.
Varying experiences through puzzle elements, and changing mood and atmosphere
Unique Gameplay that utilizes changes in camera perspective and split screens
DOOR: Inner Child is available now on Steam Early Access. Future updates will introduce a lot more stages (the current game has 30 souls to save).
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