Navegante Games, an indie game studio based in Mexico, and publisher Bromio recently revealed a new playable demo for their upcoming adventure game titled Greak: Memories of Azur during PAX West 2019.
The game tells the story of Greak, a young hero-in-the-making who belongs to a magical race called the Courine. This group has had an ongoing battle against an enemy faction known as the Urlag, who have begun invading their homelands. Greak must survive the invasion attack and locate his two siblings, Adara and Raydel, before enacting his escape plan involving a zeppelin.
Join this side-scrolling adventure in which players will assist Greak in reuniting with his two siblings and completing their escape plan. After recruiting Adara and Raydel, players will be able to actively alternate between the three characters, making use of their special skills and abilities to solve various puzzles and challenges.
If you haven’t already, you can take a look at the game’s announcement trailer for the Nintendo Switch below.
Greak: Memories of Azur is a work-in-progress and the studio has not yet confirmed an official release date. The game is currently expected to launch sometime in the early months of 2020. As of now, the game is also confirmed to be launched on the Nintendo Switch. News of the project being released for other consoles or PC may be revealed in the coming months.
While a demo is not yet publically available, the team mentions that anyone interested in previewing the game can subscribe to their mailing list or contact the studio directly about testing out a future demo. They say that they hope to be sending out invitations for an early build “very soon”.
For more information, you can visit the official Greak: Memories of Azur website. To follow the project’s progress through its development, be sure to check out its official Twitter and Facebook pages for news and updates.