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Incredible Mandy Announced

 

 

July 23rd, in the year of our Lord 2018 -- CIRCLE Entertainment is delighted to announce that it will be publishing ‘Incredible Mandy’ on the Nintendo Switch, developed by Dotoyou Games (Koi / Koi DX). Still in development, this is a fantasy action adventure game that explores the strange beauty of dreams. Incredible Mandy is based on the theme of dreams, with a stylized art design that delivers a beautiful world of wonder.

The story follows the protagonist, Mandy, as she looks for memories scattered throughout the dream, challenging and seeking to overcome her fears. She guides her brother in a fantastical tale following a tragic accident that affected both siblings. Having lost his right hand in the accident, the brother’s new hand can summon the Excalibur of Light, symbolizing positive power. Players will tackle obstacles, unlock puzzles, defeat huge enemies and collect forgotten memories, all within scenes and settings that incorporate a broad range of styles.

The enemies that appear in the game embody the fear from the hearts of the brother and sister. They will prevent you from looking for the memories that are scattered throughout your dreams; defeat them with the Excalibur of Light! In addition to being a weapon for close combat, the Excalibur of Light can also be inserted anywhere in the scene, including the ground, walls, movable traps, and enemies. It can also be detonated, releasing the power of light.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on this system at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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