Utomik, the unlimited PC indie game subscription service, has added a colorful 3D platformer called Newt One to its lineup this week. Created by a two-man crew that calls themselves DevNAri, Newt One casts you in the role of an anthropomorphic musical note wandering through a world that has lost its color. In an upside-down twist from most other platformers, your goal is to generate life, not stomp on it or punch it away.
DevNAri feels right at home on Utomik: “We believe subscription based games are the future and Utomik is at the forefront of this revolution. Since our game has a natural appeal to those with a soft spot for classic gaming with a modern aesthetic, Utomik’s users should feel right at home playing Newt One!”
Newt One doesn’t have a trailer, but there is a brief review video courtesy of Utomik itself.