Great news for fans of colourful retro-inspired action adventures, as Alwa's Legacy (the successor to Alwa's Awakening) has managed to get funding.
After launching on Kickstarter last month, Elden Pixels managed to raise a total of around SEK 290,369 (approx £23,332). Just like the previous game, they're planning for full Linux support. Since it has been successful, it's another listed on our dedicated Crowdfunding Page.
- An interconnected world with many branching paths (We guess some would call it a Metroidvania)
- Massive background parallax artwork by pixel artist Vierbit
- Many dungeons that each has a unique look and design and of course lots of bosses (attack their weak spots)
- A skill tree that would put any RPG to shame (Not really, but we have 16 upgrades)
- Chip music soundtrack with 25 tracks made by chip artist RushJet1(1001 Spikes and PewDiePie’s Legend of the Brofist etc.)
- Modern sound design by Joel Bille (Ghost Giant and Fe by Zoink Games/Electronic Arts)
- Full controller support and layout for all common controllers
- Accessibility and gameplay settings to easily change up the difficulty level
- A talking pig NPC (pettable of course)
If their original announcement video above isn't enough for you, they also put up a play-through of the demo in a VOD of a recent livestream here.