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PQube launched another adorable pixel world when developer announced Seventh Rank World of Two. This beautiful side-scrolling adventure enters a bygone world on a highly emotional and artistically unique journey. Fans of pixel-based games will enjoy its beauty, and others will enjoy its unique story.
This title is slated for a PC release in July and follows the adventures of an android. The aim is to breathe life back into a destroyed world. While this is a difficult task, the android must achieve its goal for the benefit of the world around it. Re-expose the evolution and enjoy the beautiful graphic result.
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This is an adventure in a highly emotional world where you try to give life back to a dead world. Change desolate wastelands, rejuvenate environments and help the last human survivor to achieve his dream. Since an extinct planet needs your help, only a brave android can do the job.
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Throughout history, the professor spent years learning how to recreate life. However, the energy it needs to do this must be harvested from the surface, where it cannot go. So he designed you, an android, to travel where humans can no longer and to revive the dead world.
Players have to solve puzzles, collect star flames and match DNA codes with existing animals to create life. That means combining DNA with trial-and-error results in the hopes that something will work.
Once life is restored, you will bring them back to the surface and enjoy their unique colors, properties and properties. Fitting to the unique story of this title is a beautiful soundtrack that makes the game exciting and driving.
After the main story is completed, players can access the exclusive Chapter 0. This tells the professor’s story, how the world ended and the world that once was. In addition, players can replace the main story soundtrack with an interesting variant that consists of violins, viola and a cello.
The story and worldbuilding in this title are carefully crafted and the gaming experience is simple. Fans will find it eerily familiar yet alien as you recreate lost life and step into a new and brighter future.
This title is suitable for audiences of all ages. It tells an important story of renewal and can be enjoyed by anyone who loves puzzles.
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World for Two is out on July 16 for steam and PC audiences from Seventh Rank and PQube.