Poetic point-and-click She And The Light Bearer demo out today

Childhood fairy tales and inspiring hand drawn art come together in this interactive story. 

Indonesian based independent game developers at Mojiken Studio, together with publishers at Toge Productions, announced today the release of a free demo for their upcoming poetic point-and-click fantasy game She And The Light Bearer, available as of today from its Steam page.

She And The Light Bearer is an interactive point-and-click adventure game inspired from fantasy tales and stories collected by Mojiken Studio’s lead developer and Game Director, Brigitta Rena. “Inspired by fairytales from my childhood, I wanted She and Light Bearer to transmit same feelings of warmth, joy and whimsy to every player, that I felt as a child,” she said.

The game puts players in control of The Little Firefly, tasked with exploring a vast forest and nature-filled environment in search of The Mother. To do this, players will have to solve a number of riddles, puzzles and challenges to prove their worth.  “When players explore the magical forest full of charming characters and riddles, I hope they lose themselves in this heartwarming adventure.”, added Rena.

She and the light bearer

The secrets of this forest, the danger of the Devourer and the path to awaken The Mother are some of the main storylines in She And The Light Bearer. With some amazing hand drawn art and a fantasy world that will take many of us back to our childhood fairy tales, She And The Light Bearer has some great appeal for fantasy lovers and fans of writers like Hans Christian Andersen. “It’s as if paintings and poems come to life. We look forward to everyone jumping in this enchanting interactive fairytale!”, said Toge Productions Founder and CEO Kris Antoni.

A demo for She And The Light Bearer is available as of today for free from the game’s Steam page for download.

Associate Editor

Our boy from Buenos Aires, Juan has been a gamer for as long as he can remember (and possibly even longer than that). He loves a good story, and believes every indie game has a compelling one to tell.

Juan Manuel Fontan

Associate Editor Our boy from Buenos Aires, Juan has been a gamer for as long as he can remember (and possibly even longer than that). He loves a good story, and believes every indie game has a compelling one to tell.