Mystik Belle


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Being a student of mystical arts is hard work, doubly so if you are Belle MacFae - a freshman student at Hagmore School of Magic. The teachers and the staff are mean, her friends are few, and her grades suck. Worst of all – Belle has a tendency to be at exactly the wrong place at exactly the wrongest time. Like tonight, for example, when she stayed up late to practice her fire magic, but instead got framed for upsetting an ancient ritual. And what better way is there to punish an unlucky first-year student, than to charge her with an impossible task on the worst night of the year?
Re-create the Walpurgisnacht Brew, or be expelled, and with all manner of spooks taking over the school, expulsion is starting to sound better by the minute.


Inspired by games like Slightly Magic, Puff in Dragonland, and the Dizzy series, Mystik Belle is a hybrid of a classic point-and-click adventure and a modern metroidvania. While playing it you can expect to do some of the following: 

  • Get hopelessly lost in the massive school building and its surrounding areas.
  • Find items and solve inventory puzzles. Or just clog up your pockets with useless junk.
  • Interact with other inhabitants of Hagmore. Learn clues, help them out, ruin their day with angry flies.
  • Fight through hallways infested by over 60 unique monster types.
  • Defeat 8 bosses.
  • Learn new magical and not-so-magical abilities.
  • Ogle at retina-burningly colorful pixel art.
  • Punch Cthulhu in the face.

Be warned though - Mystik Belle is NOT just a metroidvania, but a true adventure game. You will not get far without having to solve inventory puzzles or talking to people.

Lastly, the game may contain some language not suitable for younger kids.


http://store.steampowered.com/app/332610


Mystik Belle ©2015 Last Dimension

14 comments:

  1. Bài viết rất hay và chi tiết
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    Mr.Hiệp
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    1. Thank you!
      Google translate did its magic remarkably well this time: )

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  2. Wow nice. Ouya Version again? :p

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    1. The OUYA version might get mercy-killed, as I just can't get it to run at full speed without sacrificing a lot of the visual appeal of the game, and it will most likely not be worth it for the 10-15 copies it will sell there.

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    2. Sad. I guess I was one of those 10 to 15 copies that might sell...sad to hear it won't release. I hope that you change your mind.

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  3. Greetings. I've came across this game a few days ago, and it seems like something I might enjoy, at least judging from the description and the video. I know there is a DRM free option available, but I just wanted to ask: are you planning a GOG release in future?

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    1. I have reached out to GOG months ago - they aren't interested in releasing my games.

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    2. I have reached out to GOG months ago - they aren't interested in releasing my games.

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  4. I have a stupid question...is there a chance I could check out the Ouya apk and see what it's like on the console if you aren't releasing it? Seems a real shame as it's one of the games I was actually looking forward too. Seems all the games I REALLY want on the platform are dead in the water and it's really bumming me out.

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    1. I actually got the OUYA version running at consistent speed by simplifying the lighting system. Unfortunately, the menu and dialogues still lag for some reason. I have to figure out what does that, since there is barely anything happening during that time.

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    2. I actually got the OUYA version running at consistent speed by simplifying the lighting system. Unfortunately, the menu and dialogues still lag for some reason. I have to figure out what does that, since there is barely anything happening during that time.

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  5. Any update on the Ouya version? Also have you heard of the upcoming cartridge based console named Retro VGS? Any interest in developing for a console like that? It would be cool to see your work on a cartridge

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  6. Have you tried to get these games on GOG?

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  7. I'd like to play this on my new iMac, but your note says that probably can't happen, right? (Also, is Steam the only, or best way to buy, were it playable?) It's not optimized for Retina/high dpi screens is it? OK, anyway, looks awesome, great job!

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