Tasomachi Is A 3D Platformer From Former Breath Of The Wild and Pokemon Artist

One of the background artists behind hit games such as Breath of the Wild and Final Fantasy 14 is releasing a new game, Tasomachi: Behind The Twilight. The 3D platformer will make its debut later this year on PC via Steam.

In Tasomachi: Behind The Twilight, players will dive deep into a world that takes inspiration from Asia’s Far-East region. The game follows Yukumo, an explorer whose airship crashes into a mysterious town filled with cats that are part of the Nezu Tribe. She must search for resources in order to repair her ship as she flies through the skies and explore the world around her filled with temples, landscapes, and icons. Players will collect various items and navigating different sections using platforming mechanics. Every item you collect will help repair and upgrade your ship as well as earn new outfits. Completing tasks from NPCs will also help you out on your quest during your travels.

Based on the trailer, the art direction seems to resemble the latest Zelda game. That’s because developer Nocras has worked on that game and other big titles like Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Pokemon Sword & Shield. His work on these games has helped him prepare for the launch of his first indie game. “I’ve contributed to so many great games, but I always found something compelling about the Nintendo 64 era of platformers,” Nocras said in a statement. “I wanted to make something that felt like what those games felt like while artistically exploring Far Eastern themes that always intrigued me.”

The game also takes some inspiration from the cultures of the Far-East, which players can see once they explore the world filled with diverse cultures and fantastic geography.

Nocras teams up with publisher Playism to release the game to an audience who are fans of his work. The company has helped launch various games in Japan like Bright Memory, Touhou Luna Nights, and Fight Crab. The game also utilizes a beautiful soundtrack by Ujico, a Japanese musician who has garnered over 1 million YouTube subscribers and 600,000 monthly Spotify listeners.

Tasomachi: Behind The Twilight will release on Steam in Spring 2021.

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