Most bizarre moral choice adventure Karma.Incarnation 1 launches October, 19 (Video)

Independent game developer AuraLab along with Other Kind Games, an independent publishing company, is announcing the release of the multi-award winning game “Karma. Incarnation 1.”

Release date for Steam (for PC and Mac) is set on October 19, 2016. Embargo is October 19, 2016. Until then we kindly ask you to refrain from publishing walkthroughs, videos, and reviews.
This original 2D point-and-click adventure explores a love story between two beautiful souls through ingenious humour and a bizarre, hand-drawn, frame-by-frame animation style. Our hero’s beloved has been abducted by evil spirits, and the only way to reunite them is to reincarnate himself as a dragon to defeat Evil. But something has gone wrong, and his soul is reborn as a worm named Pip. Now Pip must overcome the challenges of a surreal world, solve mind bending puzzles, and save his love. Choosing between good and evil, Pip learns the laws of Karma, and his choices define the outcome of the game.

·        Play as Pip and explore a rich, bizarre world.
·        Use Astral sight, a power that allows you to peek into the world of spirits at any point of the game.
·        Learn Karma laws through choice and action. Each evil deed spoils Pip’s karma and changes his appearance. Good deeds purify karma. Key characters respond differently to Pip’s karma, opening additional storyline.
·        Hand-drawn animations of the varied interactions of Pip with his strange environment. The environment and other characters of the quests are drawn individually for each situation.
·        Live magical award winning music and sound by ZMEIRADUGA

·        Intel Level Up contest: Best Art Design
·        Intel Level Up contest: Best Sound
·        Indie Game Cup: Best Story-telling game
·        Indie Game Cup: Best Unity game
·        DevGAMM: Excellence in Audio
·        DevGAMM: Excellence in Game Design
·        Indie Prize: Most Promising game in development
·        Indie Prize: Best in show: critic’s choice
·        NextCastle: Best game in show