Strangeland Promises A Point-N-Click Adventure Through An Eerily Surreal Carnival

Primordia followed a robot’s journey through a rundown and weird mechanical future. Wormwood’s next game Strangeland trades sci-fi for surreal fantasy and robot future for uneasily weird carnival, but the weathered worn pixel art style and sense of discovering a mysterious land remains.

A stranger finds himself in a strange land, a dark carnival inhabitated by equally surreal characters; that is the world of Strangeland. Described as a shorter game than Primordia but just as dense and polished, Strangeland follows your character as he attempts to prevent a cycle of death and stop a growing darkness within the gnarled funhouse walls of its mysterious carnival.

In classic adventure game style, you’ll need to talk with characters, solve puzzles, and discover the secrets of the otherworldly fairgrounds. But the draw seems to be the unique setting, a broken and haunted amusement park home to a myriad of odd inhabitants: mocking ravens, an eyeless scribe, a living furnace, a mismade mermaid.”

Strangeland doesn’t have a release date yet; to keep track of its development and learn more about the game, you can visit Wormwood Studios’ site and Twitter page.

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