Award-Winning Stylistic Puzzler Game ‘Link Twin’ (Video)
Link Twin, a premium stylistic puzzler game with fresh mechanics, visually stunning art and a haunting soundtrack from the developer Lorraine and published by Carbon Incubator, today launched in the App Store and Google Play Store. Offering delightfully challenging mechanics and endearing characters, Link Twin weaves players through an emotional journey through the memories of twins Tom and Lily. With its gorgeously minimalist gameplay and truly unique design, Link Twin captivated audiences and recently won second place in the Pocket Gamer Connects competition “The Very Big Indie Pitch 2017” held in London.
Link Twin is available worldwide starting today on Android and iOS devices for $1.99 USD.
Cătălin Butnariu, General Manager of Carbon, said: “Link Twin is a game with a compelling storyline and characters that also combines graphical restraint with logical complexity. It’s a fresh take on the puzzle genre, delivering a truly immersive and engaging gaming experience, so we’re excited to see how players react.”
The game features:
• Gripping Story: You will embark on an insightful journey, a meditation on the loss of a loved one, while discovering the mystery surrounding Tom and Lily’s unbreakable bond,
• Missions: The game will take you on an emotional ride through a world of mystery, where Tom and Lily uncover compelling secrets and solve difficult puzzles. You must use the environment and interactive objects to manipulate their position and find the exits.
• Deep Adventure: There are over 100 levels and 5 chapters to advance through as you learn new techniques and logical solutions to solve each puzzle. Explore captivating levels that get increasingly difficult, yet increasingly fulfilling to solve. Learn what happened step by step, uncovering mysterious places and finding revealing clues.
• Mesmerizing Sound Design: Link Twin’s audio experience will stimulate logical thinking as you move through Tom and Lily’s memory escapades. Hand-crafted, uncluttered soundscapes help you better understand the game’s mechanical complexity.