Charm Games cemented its reputation as a virtual reality (VR) puzzle maker last year when it launched the beautifully designed and dream like experience FORM. Today, the studio has unveiled its next project, another puzzle style videogame called Twilight Path.
Twilight Path is another otherworldly adventure, this time however players will encounter wandering spirits, enchanted sentries and mischievous gods. Players find themselves trapped in a mystical spirit world between the real world and the afterlife. To escape, they’ll need to solve puzzles, reshape and restore massive stone structures, open sealed passageways, and rescue a host of magical creatures from danger.
“Picked up as a passenger by Barque, a living anthropomorphic ferry, his fiery companion Singe, and whimsical faerie navigator Nix, players will learn that their only path home leads to the timeless Well of Souls,” notes the description. “Along the way, the unlikely companions will encounter a land of beauty, mystery and life. Only by restoring the Well to balance can players return to the life they left behind.”
“Twilight Path stays true to the core gameplay that made our first title a success and features experiences that are accessible to anyone, regardless of height or play area setup,” said Alan Jernigan, Co-founder of Charm Games in a statement. “Our main goal with gameplay is to carefully craft satisfying VR puzzles that unlock a path through a gorgeous and vibrant world – just as we did in FORM.”
Charm Games has ensured that Twilight Path has as fewer restrictions as can be that could hamper the gameplay experience. So players will find no timers, no death or uncomfortable movement, making sure as wider audience as possible will be able to enjoy Charm Games’ latest production.
You’ll still have to wait however as Twilight Path is scheduled for launch this Summer for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. In the meantime check out FORM, as it made it onto VRFocus’ list of ‘The Best HTC Vive Games You’ve Never Played‘, having achieved a four-star rating in its review. For any further updates from Charm Games, keep reading VRFocus.