If you’re on the lookout for a new platformer that has been filled with puzzles, obstacles and innovation, then Selma and the Wisp on Xbox One covers all bases. Just remember though, should you fall into this world, never… look… back.
Available as the latest eerie platforming experience to hit Xbox One, Selma and the Wisp comes about via the minds of those at Toucan Games, and the publishing skills of Ultimate Games, to push forth with a few innovative little ideas that should be able to ensure it keeps the genre fresh and alive.
Priced at just £8.39 – with an initial launch discount dropping that down to an even easier to manage £7.13 – Selma and the Wisp on Xbox One provides an experience unlike many others, leaving you to try and work with two characters simultaneously, solving puzzles and mastering the art of obstacle detection in the process.
In a world in which light is at a premium, and when it does arrive it can mean only one thing – Hope – Selma and the Wisp on Xbox One will have you navigating a platform-fuelled world that makes the most of a cool artistic low-poly style. Your task – follow the wisp, collect all lights, and never, ever, look back.
If you’re as tempted by Selma and the Wisp as we are then you’ll want to be heading to the Xbox Store as quickly as possible. With a low price point, a ton of intrigue and that rather wonderful art style, it promises much indeed. Our full review of Selma and the Wisp on Xbox One will be able to fill you in with the finer details. Keep an eye out for it.
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Imagine you were alone and afraid. Imagine you were lost with no one to help. Imagine you were a child facing its worst nightmare. In utter darkness even the dimmest trickle of light means hope. Created by a group of passionate developers led by a visionary artist, “Selma and the wisp” offers key features: Innovative co-dependent control system of two characters simultaneously A lot of amazing puzzles to solve, interspersed by arcade elements. Artistic mastership of graphic design in low-poly style in which each frame is a masterpiece. Follow the wisp. Collect the lights. Don’t look back.