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New Deatils of Pan-Pan Revealed

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New Deatils of Pan-Pan Revealed

As the release date of Pan-Pan is getting closer, Might and Delight revealed some of the tools Ada (the main character) will have at her disposal.

Pan-Pan is an open plain adventure that expands on the concept of environmental narrative storytelling with puzzle solving and exploration elements at its core. To support the title, a guide inspired by manuals of old will also launch with the games release.

Check out the reveal trailer of Pan-Pan, featuring some gameplay footage of Ada:

“The Pan-Pan Explorer’s guide will be free with all pre-purchases of the game. The adventure title is being published by Might and Delight who has partnered with independent developer Emil Berner (Spelkraft) to bring his labour of love to PC and MAC.

Might and Delight is an independent game studio formed in Stockholm 2010. Prior to releasing the serene nature game “Shelter” (PC) “M and D” created the award winning space adventure “Pid” (PC, Xbox, PS3). Might and Delight have an established foundation that enables the team to create innovative games with a strong focus on integrity, often taking inspiration from art, history and other cultural expressions besides games. Might and Delight consists of both industry-veterans and indie developers with a shared ambition to place playfulness and innovative ideas over established norms.

Spelkraft is the brain child of lone indie developer – Emil Berner.
Stockholm based and founded in 2013, the studio is driven by his desire to create “pure” entertaining and creative interactive experiences. The goal is to ensure the player has a positive experience with the core gameplay.”

For more information on Pan-Pan, visit its official website.

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