Registration for early alpha version of the picturesque puzzler begins soon.
Memorrah presents picturesque worlds full of puzzles with stunning graphics. Similar to well-known representatives of this genre, the game places the focus on its core mechanic, which constantly develops over the duration of the game. This results in new puzzle types, presenting the player with even greater challenges. The puzzles influence the game world and reward players with more areas to explore.
The PC and console versions will have the same content, with the PC version to be released a few weeks earlier. “We want to offer players the best possible experience”, says Michael Blatz (Korion). “This is why we will release the PC version first and then the other ones after.” In doing so the developer wants to ensure that every version is optimized for its respective platform and runs smoothly. StickyStoneStudio are therefore benefitting from Korion Games’ experience in porting games to consoles. The PC version will however be developed and published in-house.
Memorrha offers difficult puzzles for every age group, but stays family-friendly due to its story and graphics. Nikolai Bartsch of StickyStoneStudio said:
“It’s crucial to us that the game excites and entertains as many players as possible. This week we’ll be launching an alpha version and hope that many players will take pleasure in that. We will then use the feedback gained from the players so that the final version offers the best possible experience.”
Registration for the early alpha version of Memorrah will begin on the 18th of July, with full release expected for PC and consoles in the first half of 2019.
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