If you like to make atmospheric, moody indie games, and provide some pleasant and beautiful graphics, Mona May be suitable for you.
The game promotes itself in the form of an “immersive third-person exploration and puzzle game” set on a strange island inhabited by weird and wonderful creatures. According to the developer’s opinion (operated by one person by V. Aalbertsberg), the game has a unique narrative style, provided only through exploration, environment and visual storytelling.
“Mona is an immersive third-person perspective exploration and puzzle game, set on a weird island full of strange creatures,” the title on its Steam page said briefly. “Explore the world and uncover its secrets to find out what ancient evil killed the people who once lived there.”
The island environment of the game is completely handmade. If you are a fan of indulging and exploring, then you will be happy to know that there is no UI-it is just a weird ecosystem island for you and this mysterious thing.
If you choose to venture into the history of this exotic island, in the dusty climate, visionary mysteries, physical challenges, and more tasks related to the game “unique micro-world with its own rules and mysterious magic” await you.
Check out the trailer above to better understand what to expect from this atmospheric independent gem. There is no release date yet, but we will pay close attention to it for the time being.
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