South-African indie developer Robot Wizard has announced that they will be teaming up with global games publisher Playdius for the release of their upcoming title Jengo for PC and Nintendo Switch.
After a successful crowdfunding campaign on Fig, Robot Wizard has announced that their point and click game, Jengo, will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch and PC platforms. With its release, players will get a chance to experience beautiful and rather stunning art while taking on the task of completing rather challenging puzzles.
Robot Wizard even points out their game holds back no punches where its story is concerned. As the first game from the South Africa-based studio, founders Louis De Pisani and Graeme Selvan. If you haven’t you can check out the game down below with its story trailer.
You can view the about the game as described by Robot Wizard down below.
Jengo is all about a rad-looking cartoon universe, full of wacky characters and improbable turns of events — not to mention the many puzzles and mysteries carefully cooked by Graeme and Louis’s sick minds. The most inappropriate way to solve them might just be the path to become the Jengo.
You will play as Jeff, a disgruntled gaming veteran seeking new challenges unintendedly taken into the gaming universe of Pixelverse with incredible duty to find a way to save it from Apocalypse (any resemblance with pre-existing fictional stories is not purely fortuitous but still cannot lead to the creators being held responsible. They’re not the responsible kind anyways.).
Jengo is expected to launch on Nintendo Switch and PC at an unannounced date.
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