The Blind Prophet announced for Switch, PS4, Xbox One and iOS

The Blind Prophet will be released on PC and MAC this year. Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and iOS versions will launch at a later date, as the game needs some reworking to fit these platforms. The speed of porting depends highly on the scale of the current Kickstarter campaign’s success. Here is an update from the devs:

We are coming back to you with a big news today! After a ton of requests from the whole community, we decided to focus, in the last couple of days, on bringing The Blind Prophet to some new platforms. Now, we are happy to officially announce that we just started developing our game for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and iOS! It naturally adds to the already announced PC and MAC versions.

We are also happy to bring you the fresh news from the progress of our Kickstarter campaign. At the moment of writing this message, players around the world managed to secure 82% of the required goal! The Blind Prophet was never so close from being funded. It makes us even more optimistic when we check the user scores on the platforms where the demo of our game is released. It keeps staying at maximum level from the day of the premiere, with 5/5 on and 100% on Gamejolt!

The whole crowdfunding campaign is an excellent opportunity for us to learn and improve our demo. The current version (v0.4.0) offers a much better English translation. It is also free of many bugs, reported by our fantastic supporters. We invite you warmly to try out the updated demo of our game. It will let you learn about the beginning of The Blind Prophet’s story and test out the mechanics we implemented. We can’t wait to find out what you think about it.

The Blind Prophet features:

  • Traditional Point & Click mechanics,

  • Mind-bending puzzles,

  • A world full of charismatic characters, ready to talk and interact with,

  • Ethical choices which drive the narration,

  • Comic Art style cinematics,

  • A strong storyline about philosophy, redemption and moral struggle.

Let us have a load of beautiful screenshots, shall we?!


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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