Puzzle platformer World Splitter for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC launches in 2021

Solve multidimensional puzzles across wonderful and fantastic worlds.

World Splitter

Publisher Bumble3ee Interactive and developer NeoBird Games will release puzzle platformer World Splitter for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam later in 2020, the companies announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Bumble3ee Interactive:

Made with the brightest puzzle enthusiasts in mind, the game will dare players to quickly complete stages by intelligently positioning and rotating dimension rifts that separate two vibrant, beautifully animated worlds.

Each one of the 60 levels included in World Splitter will consist of two parallel dimensions. Players must manipulate dimension rifts to navigate across visible parts of the stage, save critters, and reach their exit. Obstacles like enemies, levers, mechanical platforms, portals, and gravity fields are designed to push one’s logical thinking skills to the limit.

World Splitter will feature a ton of content at launch, including a single-player campaign lasting roughly 10 hours, 10 local two-player co-op missions, settings for restricted win conditions, a medal system, and more,” said NeoBird Games CEO Martin Schiele in a press release. “It’ll be the perfect game for puzzle enthusiasts pining for interesting mechanics and imaginative settings. The title’s time-based challenges could make it a hit among speedrunners, too.”

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