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The popular Avatar the Last Airbender series continues to have an influence on game developers, with Emberbane being announced as an upcoming pixel action-platformer with combat revolving around a mixture of four elements with unique abilities.

Visually, I'm getting a slight Dead Cells vibe from this and that excites me a little.

"Join Ophelia on her journey to slay the malevolent gods of elements and bring equilibrium to the land; unlock the power of the planets and channel the four elemental powers to your advantage. Uncover the secrets of tale untold for centuries and follow the calling of your fate."

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Game Features:

  • Master the four elements, and use them for both combat and platforming purposes. The elements can be combined to overcome the obstacles.
  • Let your emotions lead you in this journey. Each element takes its power from a certain emotion. And your emotions decide the key moments in this story, as well as the ending of your journey.
  • Epic Boss Fights! Main bosses in this game are the Malevolent Gods who take their powers from sinister emotions.
  • Story revolves around 7 arcs, each one with a unique theme, enemies and platforming sequences.
  • Super fluid controls will help in your journey to master the elements.
  • An epic journey which is heavily influenced by different mythologies.

You can follow it on Steam and Kickstarter ready for the upcoming campaign launch.

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scaine 9 Aug
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The movement looks spectacular. Provided it's not frustrating, this looks like an amazing mix of Dead Cells, Celeste with a hint of Hollow Knight. Very impressed.
Quoting: scaineThe movement looks spectacular. Provided it's not frustrating, this looks like an amazing mix of Dead Cells, Celeste with a hint of Hollow Knight. Very impressed.

I agree!
furaxhornyx 10 Aug
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Wishlisted, but I hope it is not too much Celeste-y and much more Dead Cells-y

Also, the spell variety and animations look kind of Wizard of Legend-y. Let's wait for a demo
BalkanSpy 10 Aug
I must admit that this looks so much better than most of the other similar stuff pitched on Kickstarter.
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