Ary and the Secret of Seasons Launching this Fall

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Ary and the Secret of Seasons is an upcoming adventure game by Modus Games with a focus on puzzle solving and exploration. One unique aspect to the game, and it’s most standout mechanic, is the main character’s season based powers.

In Ary and the Secret of Seasons you play as Ary, a young girl living in a region of eternal winter. However, lately the world has undergone strange changes, and her home has shifted to an eternal summer instead. Ary must use her power to shift seasons, and create small, localized, ecosystems to solve puzzles, progress through the game, and ultimately restore balance and save the world. Watching the blow trailer, I can’t help but be reminded of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (2003), and the whole season shifting mechanic also reminds me of The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (2001) for the Game Boy Color. I wouldn’t be surprised if these titles served as inspiration.

 

 

Ary and the Secret of Seasons is coming to a PlayStation 4, XBox One, Nintendo Switch and PC near you sometime in September of 2020.

SOURCE: Press release

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