You are an adorable robot with magical powers in Studio Baikin’s game Magibot.

Studio Baikin has announced the release date and a teaser trailer for their forthcoming game – Magibot. Check it all out below.

Magibot is an epic story of a robot with magical powers. The game combines both strategic and 2D platformer gameplay. You have to help the robot to reach his goal from point A to point B, using magical elements.

A little robot wakes up alone in the middle of a forest, wearing a wizard hat and a book placed beside him. Where does he come from? What is his mission? The only clues given to the player are a book written in an unknown language and a map hidden in the cover of the book. The hero starts his journey following the map direction. Throughout the game, the player will pick up bonuses that will help him to decrypt the book and learn new magical skills. During his odyssey, the player will discover a planet covered by a rugged and wild nature: abundant forests, vertiginous snowy peaks, desolate deserts… He will also encounter mysterious masked beings (humanoid and animal forms) that will do everything to capture the robot.


Studio Baikin is an independent French studio that designs and develops  games on mobile and PC, the studio was founded by game industry veterans Mathieu Akita (Dark Guardians, Lumi “Grand prize XNA indie game 2010”, Spyro Activision), Nicolas Blanc (Asterix, Arthur, Spyro, Dragons etc…) and Julien Akita (Co-founder of Studio Pango, mobile kids game publisher).

Magibot will be available for PC via Steam December 18th, 2017. It is also expected to hit Google Play, iTunes and Amazon at some point, we will keep you posted.

Game Features:

  • New kind of experience combining 2D platformer, puzzle and strategic games.
  • A unique game-play in 2 steps. Set in place “Magic Blocks” and take control of the robot
  • Follow the adventures of a little robot wizard. When magic meets technology.
  • Hand-drawn and animated visual art.
  • More than 60 levels.


RONN!E

This article comes from RONN!E, the Editor-in-chief of SciFiMonkeys.com. He is also the Digital Director for NEOtrash Comix, Cheif Creative Officer at Michael Ellery Media and a rep for Alterna Comics. Yeah…he’s doing stuff.

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