Pixmain have announced a game for the Nintendo Switch: Inked: A Tale of Love, an adventure game developed by Somnium Games. It features a unique graphic style made of ballpoint pen drawings. It will be released later this year in Europe and North America (the exact release date will be revealed at a later date).
Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and some screenshots:
After a life full of adventures, the Nameless Hero decided it was time to rest peacefully along with his love, Aiko. For a while, they lived together in the ballpoint pen drawn world of pen and paper, until Aiko disappeared — and the Nameless Hero embarked on a quest to find her.
Inked: A Tale of Love is an epic tale of love and hope. This heart-warming and enchanting story is set to an original soundtrack that perfectly scores this touching romance. Everything falls apart when a sudden change to their world shifts the story, taking the Nameless Hero on a quest in a vast landscape filled with puzzles to find his lost love. Each puzzle takes him closer to her, unraveling a journey that entwines the Artist and the Nameless Hero. Together they embark on an adventure that will forever change them both.
A tale of love and redemption told in ink and paper. In this story-driven puzzle game, the players will play as the Nameless Hero who sets out on a journey in a vast and beautiful landscape filled with puzzles for them to solve. Each puzzle takes the players closer to their lost love, unraveling a story that’s heart-warming and enchanting.
- Draw your own journey in a stunning ballpoint pen-drawn world. Explore 10 hand-drawn different paper worlds
- Unveil a heart-warming story to comfort your soul. Inked: A Tale of Love is a wholesome story-driven puzzle game in a time where we all need some comfort
- Solve clever puzzles to save your beloved one. Use your magical paintbrush to draw geometrical shapes to clear obstacles and solve puzzles.
Inked: A Tale of Love (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date, but is slated for a 2021 release in Europe and North America.