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Ever Forward Demo Available on Steam

Ever Forward - Destiny

Remember a little while back the news on Ever Forward? Sure, you do.

Well, there’s an Ever Forward demo available on Steam right now so go check it out and report back if it’s any good as I don’t have a PC *sniff* and the game looks great.

Sure, I’ll do that if you could give me an inkling what this is all about.


The peeps at Pathea Games (My Time at Portia) have created this puzzle game exclusively for PC users, with console peasants to follow up in the winter.

Ever Forward demo
Explore the depths of Maya’s dreams. Source: Steam

You play Maya, a 12-year old girl stuck in her dreamworld, exploring the environments and uncovering the secrets buried in her heart.

Sounds like a job for Kano to extract it.

If that’s too extreme, go and check out the Ever Forward demo as you get to play a whopping 40% of the game’s content, and, fact fans, that’s 10% less than half of the game.

For free.

Maths is cool, and so is Ever Forward, looking like a canvas where the artist has infinite money from a flamboyant billionaire who demands more pastels.

Have a look at the features from the devs below:

  • Puzzles – For more than three years, our designers racked their brains, designing puzzles with the “puzzle gamer” in mind. Players will feel deeply challenged and motivated to solve each puzzle, and some puzzles have multiple ways of being completed to fit different kinds of thinkers and logical processes.
  • The Art – A color pallet of soothing pastels and futuristic tones designed to simulate the absurd nature of the dream world.
  • Adventure – Players can collect fragments of memories in the world to unlock new areas and new puzzles.
  • Mechanics – Mechanics range from simple movement and jump to teleportation and gravity control; the player must use stealth and observational skills to navigate each puzzle.

Moving pictures are good. Here’s a trailer:

The Ever Forward demo is out now as a playable demo on Steam, with the full game coming in Summer. The PS4, Xbox One and Switch will get their version of the game in the winter.

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