Lab Zero Games has launched an Indiegogo campaign for a new game called Indivisible. While it bears a similar art style to Lab Zero Games’ previous title, the fighting game Skullgirls, Indivisible is a platformer-RPG hybrid with exploration reminiscent of Metroid and a combat system inspired by Valkyrie Profile. The game’s story, which draws inspiration from Southeast Asian and world mythologies, centers around Anja, a girl with mysterious powers who embarks on a journey to learn the truth about her abilities, gaining new skills and new allies along the way.

Aesthetically, the game features beautiful 2D animation and distinctive character designs, as well as a soundtrack created in collaboration with Secret of Mana composer Hiroki Kikuta.

The developer is asking for $1,500,000 from the crowdfunding campaign to develop the game for Windows PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. If the campaign reaches its goal, the game will be be co-financed by publisher 505 Games, who will provide an additional $2 million to the game’s budget.

You can check out the trailer above, and if you’re interested, Lab Zero Games has released a free prototype demo for PC to give players a taste of the game before donating. For further information, check out the game’s Indiegogo page, where it has currently raised a little over $208,000 with 34 days left in the campaign.

Source: Indiegogo

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