news\ Sep 5, 2012 at 8:00 pm

Indie puzzler Incredipede looks incredi-pretty and incredi-fun


I want this, you guys. And if you know what's good for ya, you'll want it, too! In all seriousness, though, Incredipede looks absolutely stunning. Developed by Colin Northway, this upcoming puzzler follows a special little creature named Quozzle as she travels vast lands to rescue her sisters. Our heroine has the ability to grow multiple limbs which will help her on her quest.

Incredipede is a game about discovery. This is a game about scaling tall mountains, floating through the breeze, and even walking through lava. Incredipede doesn't just look like a physics-based game, though; it looks like an experience worth having, and throughout that experience, you're treated to some truly magnificent art.

Incredipede will also include a level editor so you can dish out your own creations and share them with other players. I can already imagine the crazy concoctions people will come up with.

Check out the trailer below and see what  Incredipede is all about. I was mesmerized by the art direction of the game, and I can't wait to play it. Incredipede is due out in late October, but you can pre-order it and snag a sweet 20 percent discount. Additionally, the game has been submitted to Steam Greenlight, so be sure to give it your vote if it looks like something you'd want to play.

I'm definitely going to keep an eye on this one.

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