Danish developer Adrian Lazar and his team are set to bring their fantastic looking platformer Planet Alpha to PC later this year.
As you can see in the announcement trailer above, what first sticks out about Planet Alpha is its handsome art style and presentation, featuring awe-inspiring backdrops, magnificently large beasts, and primitive environments that look straight out the most pleasant dream ever.
In development since 2013, Planet Alpha is a side-scrolling platformer that combines creative puzzles with stealth mechanics, on a backdrop of attractive colours and odd creatures - like Abe's Oddysee mixed with No Man's Sky. "It's such a pleasure to welcome Planet Alpha to the Team17 games label".
In Planet Alpha, you awake on a mysterious and exotic alien world which may not be quite as serene as it first appears.
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But as with any alien world, things are perhaps not what they seem.
Lazar started developing the game on his own about four years ago, but now sports a small team that is hard at work creating the game. More information can be found on the game's site.
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They aren't telling me much about Planet Alpha, but the visuals are striking: peculiar landscapes with tiny details that nearly look like handcrafted pieces of art.
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