Looking for a new indie puzzle game full of great art and charming atmosphere? Then you can keep an eye on the release of Where Cards Fall coming to Switch on November 4th.
From developer The Game Band and publisher Snowman, Where Cards Fall is described as a “puzzle game with a slice of life,” where you collect stacks of cards to progress through each level and relive the protagonist’s memories. As you will see in the trailer above, you will be tasked with creating your own paths to move forward – and it all looks pretty cute.
We’ve been told that since its first launch on Apple Arcade, the game has been redesigned to include custom controls and animations specifically for future PC and Switch versions. There are 50 puzzles in total for you to think about, and the developer notes that you can try playing with headphones for the best experience.
Where Cards Fall’s coming-of-age story is not a straight line, but a cyclical process that characters encounter over and over again. Houses of cards give each scene a distinct personality and sense of place. As you solve puzzles, you can get a glimpse into the lives of the characters and discover memories in the houses of cards. Although the puzzles flow smoothly into each other, not always everything ends neatly.
Looks good, right?
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