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Nerobi is a new gorgeous looking platforming adventure

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Hitting Early Access today is Nerobi, a gorgeous looking platforming adventure that blends in what the developer says are "several elements typical of a graphic adventure". It has a Native Linux version available. Definitely looks like something perhaps a bit special, with a really interesting art style that looks like it has pretty good production value here to stand out amongst the crowd.

"In a universe regulated by a balance between Life and Oblivion, embodied by the spirit Ikimaki and the demon Bokyaku, Nerobi no longer has memory and self-awareness. He finds himself in the Middle World, the place where the Essences must pass before reincarnating.

However, the Middle World is invaded by Demons, who have possessed the Eight Guardians. So, as he discovers his past and his identity, Nerobi will be called to exercise his hidden powers."

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Main Features:

  • Totally hand-drawn visual experience.
  • Immersive and exciting story.
  • Challenging gameplay along the lines of old arcade games.
  • Puzzles.
  • Powers to unlock that expand the gameplay experience.
  • Engaging soundtrack.
  • Hidden collectable cards.

If you like a challenge wrapped up in gorgeous styling, this might be one for you! The developer was keen to point out it's a tough game, so bring your best controller for this one and get your hands warmed up. Feels like this one just came out of nowhere! 

The developer even mentioned in in FAQ post on Steam: "Does it run on Steam Deck? Yes, we optimized Nerobi to run 60 fps on it.". Wonderful to see that too! Hopefully it will see a Steam Deck Verified tick at some point then.

Available to buy on Steam. It's 30% off until May 14th.

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