“Drawn to Life: Two Realms” Gets Switch, PC and Mobile Release This December!
From publisher 505 Games and developer Digital Continue, Drawn to Life: Two Realms will offer a “revitalization” of the franchise come December 7, 2020.
Drawn to Life: Two Realms is an upcoming action-adventure platformer that will offer players classic puzzle gameplay. The digital version will be available on PC (Steam) and the Nintendo Switch for $9.99, and on iOS and Android devices for $4.99 on December 7, 2020.
You can go ahead and wishlist this game on Steam right now.
“We’re unearthing the beloved and groundbreaking Drawn to Life franchise with a new version created for a new generation of gamers and platforms,” said Neil Ralley, president, 505 Games. “It’s been over a decade since the previous title so we can’t wait for new players and long-time fans to get their hands on Drawn to Life: Two Realms just in time for the holidays – the perfect opportunity for older fans with families to share an old favorite with their kids.”
The upcoming title features a toy placement mechanic that will allow players to “position tangible toys around levels in-game” to aid their character to move and complete platforming goals. There’s also a new Creation Tool which opens the door to mix and match looks for numerous character designs. Additional customization (through unlockable Stickers) is available.
The official description reads:
Drawn to Life: Two Realms picks up several years after the end of Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter. Reconnect with Mari, Jowee and all your favorite characters as you travel between the Raposa and Human realms to uncover the mystery of the shadow. The action-adventure platformer includes dozens of unique toys, over 100 Imagination Battles and 70-plus Humans and Raposa to interact with. Players can toy around with millions of colors and dozens of unique stickers that unlock endless hours of customization to accompany their journey to explore and save the world from the Shadow!
Many of the original developers have worked on this game. The original franchise composer has created over 50 new music tracks. The original sprite artist formed a 2D world for fans to enjoy. Also, the continuation of the story has been presented by the original Executive Producer of Drawn to Life and Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter.
You can visit the game’s official website (drawntolifegame.com) and follow the property on Twitter and the Discord server for more information.
As for Digital Continue (Discord server), it was formed in 2016 by former 5TH Cell (Scribblenauts, Drawn to Life) co-owner Joseph M Tringali, and industry veterans Nitin Venugopal and Bobby Pavlock. Their second original game SuperMash was recently released on the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, and Epic Game Store.
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(Source: Press release)
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