Minute of Islands is a comic-book-styled, puzzle-adventure game currently being developed by Studio Fizbin and published by Mixtvision. The developers recently shared on Twitter that the project will be making an appearance later this month during Gamescom, as well as revealing the very first playable demo for the game. If you happen to miss it, Minute of Islands will also be included in the Indie Megabooth at PAX West later this year.
In just 10 days our demo will be publicly playable for the first time at @IndieArenaBooth during #gamescom2019! So excited to find out how you like it! #indiegames #indiedev #minuteofislands https://t.co/TCWsOJkHXr
— Minute of Islands (@MinuteofIslands) August 10, 2019
The game takes place on a mysterious group of islands where Mo, a young tinkerer, embarks on a mission to keep her home safe from an “almost forgotten threat”. There is only one thing that seems to keep it at bay. Long before they vanished from the surface, giants walked alongside humankind on these islands. They left behind otherworldy technology, which now seems to be the islands’ only chance of survival, but these machines are somewhat unstable and are in dire need of maintenance. Over the course of the adventure, Mo will encounter obstacles in which she will need to use her Omni Switch to solve a variety of puzzles to protect the people she cares for. It is up to the player to lead Mo on her quest to seek and repair these remnants of giant technology to protect her friends, family, and home from possible destruction.
If you have not already, you can take a look at the Minute of Islands Announcement Trailer below.
Minute of Islands is currently expected to launch sometime around spring of next year. According to the recent announcement trailer, the game will be playable on PC (Windows and Mac) as well as consoles. You can wishlist this title to receive notifications when it is available. For more information, you can visit the Minute of Islands official website, or take a look at its Steam Store page. To stay up to date on future updates regarding the game’s development progress, be sure to check out the team’s social media sites, such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.