MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC – Feb. 5, 2020 – Infini, the psychedelic puzzle-adventure from developer Barnaque and publisher Nakana.io, will launch on PC on March 4, 2020. PC players can experience this IGF finalist with the free demo, Glimpse of Infini, today. A Nintendo Switch release will follow shortly after, launching in Q2 2020.
In Glimpse of Infini, players will encounter a variety of puzzles, characters, and abilities that Hope will learn on his odd adventure, including the innovative camera manipulation mechanic. Combine his diverse abilities to avoid obstacles, manipulate the environment, and bend your mind to escape Infinity and return Hope to the real world.
The world of Infini is brimming with ambient music, psychedelic imagery, and an outlandish narrative that personifies the concepts of our daily lives. Hope’s adventure is experimental through its gameplay, visuals, and audio design, creating a delicate balance between obscurity and familiarity. While in Infinity, Hope will face more than 100 mind-bending challenges through 10 worlds filled with bizarre personalities and chances to explore the multiverse.
Infini Key Features:
- Solve puzzles, meet unforgettable allies, and make your escape from a beautifully odd alternate dimension
- Discover new abilities that can be used together to reach new areas
- Master the innovative camera manipulation mechanic to unlock 100+ levels through 10 diverse worlds
- Traverse a realm layered with allegory, symbolism, and complex characters
- Standout visuals and an ambient soundtrack with 20+ original songs
- Mind-bending gameplay that sways between meditative and chaotic
“We’re thrilled to invite everyone to get a special look at the strange void of Infinity and the creative minds of Barnaque. Glimpse of Infini leads players through 25 challenges across 4 worlds and is just a fraction of the content that will be available in our full launch next month.” – David Martin, Co-founder of Barnaque
Infini will be available for $11.99 USD when it launches on March 4, 2020 and is fully translated in English and French. The Glimpse of Infini demo is available now as a free download on itch.io and will be available later this week on Steam.
Proudly based in Montréal, Québec, Barnaque was founded by David Martin and Émeric Morin. The team specializes in crafting imaginative experiences that surprise and destabilize using a variety of tools and platforms, ranging from traditional gamepads and screens to custom controllers in an abstract world and virtual or augmented reality.
Nakana.io publishes video games that share an experience to remember, whether it be with impactful messages or alternative creation forms. They embrace the vision of passionate developers and help them reach more players via customized and multi-platform porting, publishing, and communication services.