World of One Launches on Steam Greenlight; Release Planned for March 2017

on January 14, 2017 12:57 PM

Developer Grimwood Team has announced that its grim puzzle-platformer World of One has hit Steam Greenlight. In addition to a new trailer, the developer also announced that the game is set to release sometime in March for PC, Mac, and Linux. Whether this will be an Early Access launch, or a full launch, is currently unclear.

World of One, as mentioned above, is a puzzle-platformer game with “planet-based physics” where you plunge into a dark and grim atmosphere full of discouragement and depression. In it, you have to find out why you live in this world, how did you get there, and why there are so many questions, but so few answers?

As you traverse between different small round planets, and track through ominous and sullen rain, you will encounter many deadly traps, puzzles, and horrible monsters.

The following story overview is provided:

You live in your own small world that has everything you need – cozy home, backyard with a  rocking chair, beautiful garden, and your own amusement park with music and unlimited amounts of fireworks to launch. You even have a Ferris wheel to touch the stars! Nothing stands between you and this secluded paradise, only an unsettling feeling in the back of your mind that something is going wrong. At some point, it all dramatically changes and now you have to find out what this world really conceals…

A price point has not been divulged. However, below, you can watch the game’s new and  first trailer:

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