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A Webbing Journey is an upcoming wholesome 3D puzzle platformer

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Not afraid of Spiders? Love a good 3D platformer? A Webbing Journey is due to release next year and it looks great, plus there's a demo available right now.

"Play as a cute little spider in a wholesome 3D puzzle platformer and go on a journey to explore a world consisting of unique and interesting islands to collect the most beautiful and exotic flowers to surprise your spider date. The game focuses on a cozy, relaxing and wholesome gaming experience around exploration, quests and puzzle solving. In contrast to other 3D puzzle platformer games, you are able to climb like a real spider, defying gravity as you explore the game world upside down."

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  • Climbing on all surfaces like a real spider (even upside down)
  • Jumping
  • Web building
  • Web swinging like spider-man
  • Manipulating objects with your web
  • Physics based puzzles solved via clever web utilization

You can try out the demo now on Steam.

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And if you surprise your spider date effectively enough with beautiful flowers, maybe your spider date won't surprise you by eating you!

Seriously though, I think the webbing element could add a lot here, making it potentially quite a bit more interesting than the average game in this genre.
Sounds like a game made for me.... cheers Liam :)
Wow, really sounds a lot like a 3D version of Webbed (not a bad thing). The ability to climb is a nice distinguishing touch, though.
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