Alchemic Cutie is Heading to PC, Nintendo Switch and Consoles

Alchemic Cutie is Heading to PC, Nintendo Switch and Consoles

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Alchemic Cutie is Heading to PC, Nintendo Switch and Consoles

CIRCLE Entertainment is delighted to confirm that it is teaming up with developer Vakman to publish Alchemic Cutie on PC, Nintendo Switch and consoles. Vakman is a talented team led by Thomas Cashman and Sebastien Vakerics.

Alchemic Cutie has already been warmly received following indie booth showcases at events such as Gamescom and EGX in 2018. It is a relaxing adventure RPG set on colorful Wimba Island; while taming wild jellies you’ll meet villagers, enter jelly competitions and uncover the secrets of the island. Check out a trailer for the current alpha build right here –

Each jelly has uniquely generated stats and traits, while there are over 4000 visual styles. You can tame, breed, and raise the perfect jelly companions, competing in heated jelly competitions for the top prize. And to really boost your jelly’s abilities, use alchemy to create special items with powerful effects or morph items into something rare. All the while exploring, completing quests and mingling with the island’s goofy, fun and quirky inhabitants to form lasting friendships and rivalries.

The game is targeting a 2019 release, but players can start to explore and enjoy Alchemic Cutie right now. Players are encouraged to Join the Cutie Club where they can sign up for the Alpha on PC, Mac and Linux. It’s a chance to see a little of the gorgeous island in the game, collect some jellies and also contribute to ideas and improvements for the game!

The Alpha has also had a major update on 2nd November, so now is the perfect time to check it out. Read more about that update here –


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