New Momodora Game Announced, Minoria Coming To Consoles In September


Bombservice has introduced a brand new Momodora is in improvement, in celebration of the unique sport’s tenth anniversary. The new teaser briefly options artwork of protagonist Isadora, a crimson eclipse, and ends with a pair of spooky eyes that refuse to blink.

On the official Momodora Twitter, collection creator Guilherme Martins tweeted his thanks to followers who had supported the sport collection during the last decade. “Momodora is a series that I started from scraps of failed projects, with no expectations,” Martins wrote.

“My only goal back then was to be able to bring one of my characters to life. In the beginning, I barely knew what I was doing (and honestly even today…) but I followed my heart and created what I wanted to the best of my abilities. If someone like me was able to do it, those out there who dream of their creations can, too. Please keep your spirits up!”

Originally launched on PC in 2010, the primary Momodora was an indie platformer sport influenced by Cave Story. Momodora II arrived in 2011 and shifted the collection to a Metroidvania model of gameplay, whereas additionally revamping Momodora’s fight system within the course of.

Momodora III was launched in 2014, whereas Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight was a prequel that launched a extra detailed artwork model to the collection in 2016.

Minoria would function a non secular sequel when it launched on PC in 2019, and is at present scheduled to reach on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on September 10.

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