Devolver Digital presents ‘Crossing Souls’ – an 80s adventure game

Fourattic is making its debut with a charming new action adventure game that will make you long for your childhood today as Crossing Souls is announced from the youthful gents at Devolver Digital.

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Crossing Souls takes us all back to the good old days of 1986 in California and tells the incredible story of a group of friends who will live the summer of their lives after uncovering a mysterious artifact whose powers they don’t fully understand but will change their lives forever.

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Action!

These remarkable kids will defy the laws of nature to interact between two planes of reality: life and death. When their curiosity triggers a series of unexpected events, their adventures will lead them away from home and everything they know into dark, secret governmental conspiracies – including a mysterious U.S. Army general with his own nefarious plans.

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Adventure!

Developed with the power of conscious wistfulness, Crossing Souls introduces players to five different characters, and you will be tasked with mixing each one’s unique abilities and weapons to thoughtfully overcome all the challenges, obstacles, and enemies ahead of them. Crossing Souls sets players in a unique but familiar world, with the options to interact with hundreds of NPCs from different periods of time, decipher puzzles, explore secret places and unearth clandestine treasures.

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Friendship!

And through their adventures, mishaps, discoveries and lessons, this band of accidental heroes will have an artifact of invaluable power: the Duat stone. With this artifact they will be able to connect to the death plane and the thousands of souls that exist there, awaiting their trial to be able to finally rest in peace.  But be careful, you’re not the only ones who know about the stone and want what powers it can grant…

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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