Puzzles and action come together in an action-adventure video game in which the power of the elements has to be mastered.
With the aim of giving a final push to his project, the Spanish developer Ivan Ruiz Lozano today launched the Kickstarter by Elementallis, a video game conceived as a love letter to the Game Boy video games, specializing Zelda, which gave birth to three titles on the laptop: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and The Legend of Zelda : Oracle of Seasons.
A source of inspiration present both visually and playable, offering players the challenge of exploring a vast world with up to eight dungeons, each one full of puzzles, secrets, enemies and bosses, with the mission of unlocking the different capital elements in order to advance in the game.
In this way, the use of these elements will allow discover previously inaccessible areas, under a metroidvania style, but also to defeat new enemies thanks to each opponent has their weaknesses. “Freeze your enemies with ice, create vines to climb to high places, light up dark places with fire or save moats thanks to the wind. You can even combine elements to maximize their effect!”, Says Ruiz Lozano in a note of press.
Elementallis Collector’s Edition
Ruiz Lozano aims to launch Elementallis in PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch. In this last console, the action and adventure video game will have a premiere in physical format through an interesting edition for collectors. This can be financed through Kickstarter and includes as content a copy of the production, a collector’s box, a manual, a double-sided poster, a set of postcards, an art book, the soundtrack, stickers and a pin. .
Speaking of the Zelda for Game Boy, since 2019 the remake of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening has been available on Nintendo Switch. “A modernized classic with which you will be able to know -or remember- one of the most beautiful, endearing and magical chapters that this fantastic license has given us”, valued the writing partner Jesús Bella in his analysis of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening .
More about: Elementallis, Iván Ruíz Lozano, Kickstarter and Spanish Development.