The game includes 40 brain-teasing puzzles by leading colorful creatures across matching bridges, away from obstacles and through other trials to get them to their goals.
Challenge builds with every act as new barriers come into play, but color-coordinated shapes make She Remembered Caterpillars colorblind-friendly so all can enjoy the compelling experience rewarding deft minds.
Set in a dreamlike world, She Remembered Caterpillars is a solemn experience exploring loss, grief and rocky relationships.
“She Remembered Caterpillars’ art and music set the stage for a story that touches on something everyone goes through at some point in their lives,” said Daniel Goffin, CEO of Jumpsuit Entertainment.
“Together with the puzzles, they create an experience that offers something new to die hard puzzle game fans while being accessible to a wide variety of players.”
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