SpellKeeper, a Logic Puzzler, Is Out for Nintendo Switch On April 2nd
Written by Magnus S on March 27th, 2019.
Once upon a time, there was a kingdom, which fell into danger because its special butterflies were ill. Those butterflies were used for important potions and elixirs, and magical energy was needed to save them.
That is the mission the player must face in SpellKeeper, a mini puzzle game developed by Studio Gier, a small team in Poland. From a review by KeenGamer, “Summoned by the kingdom’s princess, the player is tasked with using their power to send energy to the butterflies, freeing them from their crystal cocoons.” When all the butterflies on a level are freed, it is complete and the player goes to the next one. SpellKeeper‘s difficulty grows at a steady pace from level to level and the task at hand becomes more difficult as a variety of obstacles like energy fields and spells appear throughout the game.
The adventure “will take the player through a nearby village, the castle gardens, and the grand tower”. The game includes four stages with over 60 challenging puzzles. It has beautifully hand-drawn art and relaxing music. SpellKeeper is available for PC on Steam and other online marketplaces for casual games, such as BigFishGames and Alawar.
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