PlayStation Vita Puzzle Platformer Dokuro Aims For A PC Release

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Japanese developer Game Arts and publisher GungHo America has put puzzle platformer Dokuro up on Greenlight to acquire votes for a Steam release for the game.

 

Dokuro was originally released on PlayStation Vita back in 2012, and in 2013 it was ported to iOS and Android. This upcoming PC version has new visual effects, a revamped UI, and a full set of Steam achievements.

 

You control a skeleton that is fed up with their Dark Lord and decides to try to rescue a recently kidnapped princess. Unfortunately, the princess cannot see all the dangers of the castle she was held captive inside, so the skeleton needs to ensure she gets through safely.

 

Luckily, with the aid of a magical blue elixir, the skeleton discovers that it can transform into a swashbuckling hero that can save the day, and also catch the princess’s eye.


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