New demo released for puzzle platformer, Evergate

Stone Lantern Games has released an all-new demo alongside a challenge titled the #EvergateChallenge for its upcoming puzzle platformer, Evergate. According to the release note, the challenge involves players completing the new demo as fast as possible and sharing their results to earn rewards.

Players that complete the demo in under 20 minutes will earn a special Discord title and digital certificate of completion (I’ve attached a template of what the certificate looks like). Players that beat the WRs (we are tracking WRs for any% and 100% across mouse & keyboard and controller) will be given a free copy of Evergate when it releases, access to all future demo updates, a unique Discord title and the digital certificate of completion.

Evergate transports you to an imaginative afterlife where two souls must overcome fate to be reunited. According to its description, this challenging puzzle platformer weaves a heart-warming story through stunning artwork, emotive music and genre-bending mechanics.

The gamplay rallies around cerebral puzzles and skill-based execution using your Soulflame. The goal of each puzzle is to reach the gate at the end however you can. Some players may opt for a straightforward route while others will strive for the more difficult complete solution using every crystal. This offers challenges for casual and hardcore gamers alike.

Those interested can download the new demo from the game’s Kickstarter page!

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