Pathea Games Launches Ever Forward on Steam

Friday, August 14th, 2020

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oprainfall | Ever Forward


Here we have another dream themed game, this time a creative puzzle platform adventure in Ever Forward. I suppose this is somewhat fitting seeing as how I’m writing these articles at night. For a limited time, the game is discounted 10% with the OST, art book, and two bonus puzzles all included free during launch week! Ever Forward has just launched on Steam, brought to you by Pathea Games. You may know them as the Chongqing, China based developers behind sandbox RPG, My Time at Portia. The press release notes that a free demo is also available for download. Here’s the trailer:


Ever Forward sees players uncover the mysteries of a young girl’s heart. They’ll solve puzzles in the subconscious mind of twelve-year-old Maya. The game has two realities, one full of pastel-colored fields and coastal retreats, while the other is full of geometric traps and riddles. Players will collect memory fragments as they progress to unlock new areas. Along the way, they’ll slowly reveal the secrets of Maya’s heart, while conquering her fears. Ever Forward‘s Director, Bin Yang, had this to say about the game:

“Our team has paid careful attention to all the feedback we’ve received since we’ve launched Ever Forward’s demo. We added more challenges, improved our tutorial, and optimized the title’s sound quality to make sure that fans are completely immersed in Maya’s vivid universe. We can’t wait to witness people solve our puzzles and share their experiences with one another.”

Lastly, here is a gameplay video from the developers:

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