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After almost a year of hard work and effort, Project Light has finally finished development and I'm ready to share it with the world so that others may enjoy this unique open-world adventure experience.

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Project Light puts you in the shoes of a hero who is tasked with ridding his world of a dark force. While the player cannot attack directly, he can push a pedestal of light towards enemies and obstacles to destroy them so that he can progress to new levels and finally obliterate the heart of darkness.

If you'd like to know more about the game, keep reading; if not - click the link provided below and give it a try. It'd be much appreciated.

Along their journey, players can choose to collect coins, gems, potions, and other treasures scattered around the map. Villages and fun/easy side quests are also put in place to earn gems. Or if you wish, you can search for hidden areas, secret locations, and even secret boss fights. Loot that you obtain will build up and unlock one of over 40 unique skins for your player.

Your player can wear one skin per life. If you die or enter/exit an area, you will lose your skin but be capable of getting a new one to replace it. You can wear a skin by facing the player forward so that you can see his face. Then press "C" until the costume activates.

Coin types, flowers, houses, gem and coin placements, enemy placements, order of costumes available, and many other game features are randomized so that each playthrough offers different and unique outcomes.

I'd encourage new players to check out the "Instructions" page on the main menu to learn more vital information on how to play.

Provided below are some screenshots of gameplay you can expect out of Project Light.

Project Light's open world element provides the player with beutiful scenery filled with secrets of all shapes and sizes. Some cave systems are easy to find, while others are more rare. They also provide new enemies and obstacles. Obsticles and enemies are scattered all around the map. Watch your health bar and your pedestal's health bar as you progress. Indoor areas offer temporary protection. Use them to gather a few coins and transport to villages for side quests. Villages offer fun and easy side quests. They are also a great way of earning gems.

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