Pankapu to be Released in September 21st on Steam
It was announced by Plug In Digital, that after a successful Kickstarter campaign with the Square Enix Collective, Pankapu releases the first episode of its tetralogy. Pankapu Episode 1 will be available on Steam on September 21st for $4.99.
Check out the Teaser trailer of Pankapu, featuring some gameplay footage:
“In an oniric tale told by a father to his kid, help Pankapu, the dreamkeeper, get rid of the Nightmares invading the Dreamland.
Djaha’Rell is a child whose nights are regularly troubled by nightmares. In order to overcome those fears, the father tells his kid the story of Pankapu. The player is then invited to live the adventures of the tiny warrior through the eyes of Djaha’Rell.
Discover the dreamlike world of Omnia, where the player controls Pankapu, a tiny being created by Iketomi, the God of dreams. His goal: defeat the hordes of nightmares that try to infiltrate his world. During his quest, he will meet many characters, like the magic spider Chii that guides him through the meander of Dreamland. He will discover the mystery behind this invasion and lift the veil on this ancestral secrets.
- Enter the oniric tale told by a father to his child
- with an oniric OST by Ganaé and Hiroki Kikuta
- Play with 3 Aegis (classes), switchable in real time
- Infuse your weapons with the power of Dreams
About Plug In Digital Label:
Plug in Digital labels the games they publish to ensure studios to fully release their products on consoles or as PC exclusives. The company provides turnkey solutions for worldwide online distribution and full marketing package for Indie Developers. Plug in Digital Label also guarantees that developers remain in full possession of their game’s identity. The company enables access to a growing network of video game specialists and provides many extra services.
About Too Kind Studio:
Too Kind is a video game studio based in Lille, in France. It’s the result of collaboration between professionals gathered by passion. Willing to develop their own vision of video game, their productions are based on a distinct editorial policy: get away from stereotypes and share a progressive vision of the world. Approaching psychological and sociable topics, they design their games as a scenario supported by a gameplay, not the opposite.”
For more information on Pankapu, visit its official website.