A Metroidvania in Ancient Greece
Loresoft announces Xenia, a Metroidvania game inspired by real-life Greek Queen Xenia. Available today on Steam.
In Xenia you will be able to control a blacksmith who sees his city being rushed by evil forces. Queen Xenia is a real-life character, who lived in 1.194 b.c.. Her castle was located at Ftheia plateau, Greece. According to the game's plot, an evil wizard kidnapped the queen in order to use her soul to become powerful. After the royal army was vanished, our blacksmith has to accomplish a very difficult task. Save the queen at any cost.
The game has been developed by only one person, Dimitris Floros, after 8 months of work. It's a side-scrolling Metroidvania style Platform in which you collect gold and use it to by items from the Magic shop. Xenia has 7 bosses and makes use of secret rooms and alternate endings, which increase the game's replayability. Progress is being done by checkpoints and gameplay is fast-paced.
Xenia released today on Steam for 4,99€, while Android and iOS versions will follow. During the first week the game will be offered with a 10% discount at 4,49€. Xenia will be constantly supported with free updates. For more information visit Loresoft.gr and Xenia's Facebook page.