Reventure is now available on iOS and Android. The game is a side-scrolling adventure platformer from the independent game development studio, Pixelatto. The 2D nonlinear pixel-art platform puzzler, Reventure, features 100 endings and challenges the player to find all them. Players take on a labyrinth with many secrets, unlockable things, and secondary paths. The indie game contains more than 10 hours of content.
Reventure features a dynamic groundhog-day-style story system with persistent effects. This is a game of choices. Players take on the role of Tim as they travel through the kingdom and save the kingdom, or do something else. You can entirely ignore your mission, kill NPCs, betray your allies, and more. The developers included themselves in the game. They may be killed too.
Your choices will have consequences, which will lead you towards one of the many different game endings. Reventure also contains global leaderboards, battle royale fights, mimics, shotguns, permadeath, resource gathering, mining, base building, and time travel.
Reventure released to the Nintendo Switch and PC in 2019. This is the first commercially released game from Pixelatto. They are an independent games development studio based in the city of Malaga, Spain. The original concept for Reventure originated from a Ludum Dare game jam, where the game won 3rd place. The people that make up the studio take part in game jams where they experiment with new concepts and technologies. They use the game jams as an opportunity to improve their skills.
Reventure was previously released to the PC and Nintendo Switch. It is now available for iOS and Android devices. For more information, visit the official website.
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