What Lies in the Multiverse is a puzzle platformer launched in March

Publisher Untold Tales and Chilean developers Studio Voyager and Iguana Bee recently unveiled 10 minutes of gameplay for What Lies in the Multiverse, a dimension-shifting puzzle platformer with a release date of March 4, 2022 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game describes itself as a “comedy-drama”, so it tries to tell a real story amid its pixelated shenanigans.

Here are some key features of What Lies in the Multiverse ahead of its release date next month:

  • Embark on a journey through beautiful pixel art worlds, each with a unique parallel universe you can dive into at will.
  • Change the world in the air. Can’t reach a ledge? Boom! Now it’s closer. Tired of slipping on the ice? Kapow! Alternate to a firmer ground universe.
  • Meet a huge cast of quirky characters, from zen monks to furry bikers, and see how they change from one reality to the next.
  • Befriend a charismatic but hopelessly amoral scientist named Everett and follow him on an adventure across the multiverse.
  • Discover a lighthearted yet emotionally nuanced story that delves into the darker side of human nature.

I certainly wouldn’t call pixel art What Lies in the Multiverse particularly beautiful, but it seems to have been designed with passion. That should really count for something. If you like puzzle platformers, keep this one on your radar.

[Source: PR]

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