Looking for a new game that will provide the most surreal of trips, whilst letting you uncover a world full of secrets? You may well want to check out Fumiko!

Available right now on Xbox One, Fumiko! mixes a bit of exploration with 3D platforming, as you begin to navigate your way through a world, and traverse the obstacles in your way, via a jump and double jump that very quickly sees you soaring through the air with the greatest of ease. 

With you placed inside the most twisted of virtual networks, you’ll be tasked with uncovering secrets, exploring 16 unique levels and dodging enemy A.I.s which are all attempting to take you down.

But is the brilliant jumping mechanic which will entice you into the world of Fumiko!, giving the opportunity to grab air and ridiculous heights in order to reveal the magical world ahead.

If you like the idea, and wish to know more, then our full review should be taken in at the earliest opportunity. Once you have, then then Microsoft Store will give up its download for just $9.99. Fumiko! is only currently available on Xbox One in the North American region, but should it branch out then we’ll be sure to let you know.

Game Description:

Inspired by Serial Experiments Lain, this game takes you on a surreal trip through a twisted virtual network. Uncover the secrets this world tries to hide from you: an artificial intelligence named “Fumiko”! Fumiko! combines rewarding exploration with a new approach to 3D platforming. You’ll quickly be unbound from gravity. No jump will be too short. Fumiko! is a sci-fi thriller that wants to be explored thoroughly. In a single playthrough, lasting about 6-10 hours, you’ll encounter: 16 handcrafted and unique levels giving you a challenge, 14 social areas to explore ranging from small player homes to big public spaces Enemy A.I.s seeking your destruction while you escape from the testing lab, unique abilities to bypass them Fumiko overwriting her jump modules to gain ridiculous jump height, speeding through the air with the dash module Collect 26 memory fragments to uncover the mystery behind the network

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