Minute of Islands had to be postponed shortly before the release.
Publisher Mixtvision and developer Studio Fizbin announce that the release of the art and story-driven puzzle platformer Minute of Islands has been postponed to a later date.
Due to some major technical problems that occurred during the last test round, the multiplatform release of Minute of Islands, originally planned for March 18, 2021, has to be postponed. A new fixed release date for Minute of Islands cannot be given at the moment.
“We can’t wait to see our game in the wild,” says Anjin Anhut, Game Director at Studio Fizbin. “But we want to make sure that everyone can enjoy it in the best possible condition. We hope that players will soon be able to follow in the footsteps of our protagonist Mo through the living world of Minute of Islands and find out for themselves what makes th is game so special. “
“While we regret having to postpone the Minute of Islands release date, we believe the extra time invested is in the best interests of the players. We look forward to releasing a unique game that combines breathtaking art direction with emotional storytelling to create a long lasting experience, ”says Benjamin Feld, Publishing Director at Mixtvision.
Minute of Islands is an art- and story-driven puzzle platformer about Mo, a skilled tinkerer who lives with her family on a pastoral archipelago that was once inhabited by an ancient race of obscure giants. Their otherworldly but vital machines must be kept running, otherwise an omnipresent threat will devour everyone.
When the machines of the giants fail and Mo’s world is on the verge of collapse, she embarks on a journey of transformation over picturesque, spacious islands and through the strange labyrinths below them. Haunted by memories, Mo’s journey becomes a trip into the depths of her subconscious. And even with the mighty Omni Switch at her disposal, Mo may not have enough to fix the damage that’s hidden beneath the surface.
Minute of Islands is available for PC / Mac, PlayStation 4 (compatible with PlayStation 5), Xbox One (compatible with Xbox Series X / S) and Nintendo Switch.