odd breeze Games is proud to announce its upcoming game, Crew 167: The Grand Block Odyssey, is launching on Early Access. Crew 167 finds himself alone on a spaceship hurtling towards a destination that may be the salvation that his home world is seeking. During this isolation, his mind begins to create hallucinations to keep him entertained. Dive into the mind of the character as he tries to make sense of the world around him.
An atmospheric and cinematic sokoban puzzle game!
The Steam Store page can be found at: http://steam.crew167.com/
Inspired by the puzzle elements of the Goof Troop game on SNES, the game offers additional mechanics to its block-pushing puzzles to offer more flavor and complexity to the genre. Each group of puzzles rewards the player with real-time rendered cutscenes that explores the troubled past of the main character Crew 167. A narrative heavily inspired by the psychological aspects of Silent Hill 2 without the horror, we discover that the interstellar mission to save Crew 167’s home planet from climate change is hiding a deeper and troubled issue.
The Early Access version will feature the first of three chapters for about 60 to 90 minutes of gameplay. The initial version will present the first 29 puzzles of the game. Following the release, bi-weekly updates will be releasing more puzzles, or more story-line content to current or new players.
Early Access launch date: October 9th, 2019 (12PM Eastern Time, GMT-5)
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