Barcelona, Spain. February 25th 2021.
The Spain-based indie games publisher JanduSoft and the Pakistan-based indie games developer Redmount Media, are today very proud and pleased to announce that their challenging platformer “The Lost Cube” is now available for PC (via Steam), PS4 (via PSN) and the Nintendo Switch (via the Nintendo Eshop).
Furthermore, JanduSoft and Redmount Media also announced that an Xbox version of “The Lost Cube” will be available next week via the Microsoft store.
The Lost Cube is a challenging platformer which takes inspiration from classic titles such as Super Meat Boy and Celeste. The story unravels in a small village nestled somewhere in northern Europe. Each day, a special melody is played upon a magical guitar bringing prosperity upon the land.
Experience a change of pace and challenge yourself in endless-runner style gameplay.
Collect achievements by collecting guitar picks, keeping your death count low, and speedrunning your way through the levels.
Lose yourself in the ambience of a silent world as you face a variety of dynamic environments.
Immersive atmospheric sound effects and warm guitar melodies.
About Red Mount Media:
Red Mount Media is a small indie game developing studio that is based in Pakistan that loves telling stories in the form of animations and games.
About JanduSoft S.L.:
Jandusoft was born in Barcelona from the persistence of Jose Antonio Andujar an indie game developer that wanted to create something innovative. In 2011 it became real under the name of Guess the Character! a huge success that became #1 in a lot of markets such as USA and has reached more than 15M players worldwide. Since then the company has increased in numbers and has been focused on a brand new IP that it’s expected to be the next big hit, consolidating JanduSoft as one of the banners of the rising spanish gaming industry. Jandusoft is looking for partners that want to join this adventure so if you want to join forces with us, drop us an email and we will be pleased to meet you.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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