Lemma – Indie First-Person Parkour – Now Available After Nearly Five Years of Development

Solo developer Evan Todd announced today the release of Lemma for PC after nearly five years of development. This first-person parkour game enables creative building through movement.

Players can spawn structures by moving through space, extend platforms, smash through walls, and build new ones, all through parkour moves.

Set in a surreal, physics-driven voxel world that responds to your actions, Lemma’s singleplayer storyline unfolds through text messages on an in-game mobile phone.

The game features native Oculus Rift support, challenge levels, a built-in level editor, and Steam Workshop integration.

Lemma is available on Windows for $15USD with a 10% launch discount through Steam, Humble, and itch.io.

A free demo is also available through itch.io.


Lemma - first-person parkour

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