Ebenezer and the Invisible World is just as bizarre as it seems. This upcoming game is a Metroidvania inspired by the festive story by Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol. Plus, it will be here just in time for Christmas with an expected release for November 3rd.
Ebenezer and the Invisible World
So what is Ebenezer and the Invisible World all about? Well, this Victorian fantasy puts you in the shoes of miser-turned-hero, Ebenezer Scrooge. This game may very well be the best Christmas game to ever be released! Which, we know is a big title to announce, but this game includes everything we love about Meteroidvania’s and platformers, but keeps it fresh with a stunningly unique hand-drawn art style and ghostly antics.
Ebenezer and the Invisible World is rich with lore. As the cranky Scrooge, you will enlist and recruit ghosts, each with unique appearances and character profiles. Enter into the platform game and battle against foes a’ plenty to uncover secrets and try to stop the dark evil that has plagued the Capital. It’s no wonder Scrooge is so grumpy with lurking evil spirits everywhere!
What Else Is There To The Story?
Embark on the journey to discover all kinds of secrets, rare materials, and ghosts. Each ghost you meet will entice you with their own distinctive quest before you may befriend them. These ghosts will help you traverse across London in extraordinary ways using their special abilities.
Enjoy the narrative of the story as you meet ghosts and humans alike, each with hand-drawn frame-to-frame animations and details to make them feel fully three-dimensional. You can also learn intricate maps which help you along your journey to preventing the fall of London.
Mark Your Calendars
And check them twice! Ebenezer and the Invisible World will debut on November 3rd across most major platforms. Steam, Xbox, PlayStation and PC. Perfect to get you cozy into the festive winter season. You can get ahead and wishlist it over on Steam!
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