Vesper: New Puzzle Platformer For PC Announced [VIDEO]

German Deck13 Interactive and Cordens Interactive have announced the latter’s very first game, Vesper.

The game will be an atmospheric 2D puzzle platformer that will try to evoke the feel of the games of the ’90s in a modern style.

According to the story, a thousand years after activating the mysterious Vesper Protocol, we are in a hostile and dark world. It is our job to control a small robot to survive among our larger peers who are all trying to destroy us. Ultimately, our mission will be to control the power of Light and to decide the fate of our machine race.

The game, which promises to be interesting, is sure to provide some pleasant hours for fans of the genre.


Here is a description of the game from Steam:

Vesper is a new inspired take on classic-cult 90’s atmospheric platformers, with an emphasis on stealth and modern puzzle mechanics. Seven is a small android, lost in an eerie planet full of perils and traces of an ancient civilization. No powers and no ability to defeat enemies until he finds the Drive Gun, a weapon used to absorb lights, create darkness, and control minds.


Key Features


Escape – Frantic chases from relentless machines force you to make decisions in the blink of an eye. Hide from your pursuers and sneak through enemy lines to reach your objective.

Absorb – Use the Drive Gun to absorb light from sources and create dark spots in which you can hide. Inject absorbed light into machines, to open portals and activate deadly traps.

Control – Control your opponents with light and dispose of them after have exploited their abilities. Take control of your destiny, and decide the future of the Android’s race.



Here’s a teaser of the game:

Vesper will arrive on PC in 2021.

Source: Gematsu

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