The developers behind colourful DS puzzler ‘Orion’s Odyssey: A Pattern Blocks Adventure’ are pretty much fighting for their game to see the light of day through a Kickstarter campaign
With retailers believing the DS to be something of a dying format, Island Officials’s rather nifty looking puzzler may never see the light of day. In an attempt to get it onto shelves, the team is reaching out to us to get the game into print and into our eyesights.
“Orion’s Odyssey: A Pattern Blocks Adventure is a comedy-puzzle game with memorable characters, a strong emphasis on presentation and a whole lot of heart. Follow Orion, an alien robot with the fantastic ability to construct any object he can think of, as he journeys around our planet to help everyone he comes across, whether they ask for it or not! Together with his sidekick Ryan, a hyperactive seven-year old with a thirst for adventure, they will journey across ten unique levels filled with zany characters, odd creatures and a plethora of puzzles to solve!”
It’s hard to justify not chucking at least a quid their way, so if you want to know more or wish to unload a paycheque on them, you can find their Kickstarter here:
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