New gameplay trailer released for new adventure-platformer, Embers of Mirrim

Creative Bytes today released a new gameplay trailer for Embers of Mirrim. This new trailer focuses on in-game action, with the lead character, Mirrim, dashing, diving, dividing and merging its way through various puzzles and battles as it fights to save its world from an invasion.

Embers of Mirrim is an adventure-platformer featuring a mystical creature with the ability to split into light and dark entities called Embers. As Mirrim, players can explore the dramatic landscape using the opposing forces of the Embers to affect creatures and relics in the world in unexpected ways.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • A Stylish Character with Twice the Personality: Mirrim has the ability to split into two playable forms, called Embers. The Light and Dark embers are independently controlled by the left and right control sticks and offer new ways to solve puzzles, overcome obstacles and traverse through the world.
  • Diverse Gameplay: Master innovative thumbstick controls mixed with classic platforming, alter your world to solve intriguing puzzles, battle with gigantic bosses and run for your life from dangerous threats. Infusing these moments with “splitting” gameplay and a powerful narrative offers more than the sum of its parts.
  • Save Your World From the Corruption: Use your powers to rid the world of the corruption that is infecting your beloved planet. Save your friends and unify their forces to restore balance to the world. 
  • Explore the Extraordinary World: A vibrant and colorful universe awaits! Mirrim’s journey will take you from a thawing mountain to an aging forest to a desolate wasteland and more. A variety of hidden secrets are scattered throughout the stunningly rendered environments for you to discover.

Embers of Mirrim is planned for a 2017 release.

Enjoy!

Embers of Mirrim - Action Gameplay

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