State of Play Games has released its puzzle adventure game Lumino City, which took three years to make including assembling a ten-foot high miniature city out of paper, cardboard, glue, and motors.
It’s the sequel to Lume, and takes off where that game left off, with Lumi welcomes Granddad back home, for him to then be kidnapped almost immediately upon returning.
Lumi then has to set out to the grand Lumino City in order to get Granddad back once again. You’ll be manipulating the city’s mechanisms, discovering pleasant gardens in the sky, and meeting the eccentric inhabitants that live precariously on a cliff edge.
If you’re a fan of point-and-click adventure games, or puzzlers, then this should certainly be on your radar already. Even if you’re not a fan of the genre, you can probably appreciate the effort gone into creating this unique-looking game.