Ethan: Meteor Hunter – Launch Trailer by Seaven Studio


Seaven Studios, an independent developer based in France, has released their debut title today for PS3 and PC, complete with a fancy launch trailer. Ethan: Meteor Hunter is a puzzle platformer with a unique premise. Utilizing physics and telekinetic abilities, the player can interact with the environment and change the field of battle to create unique playthroughs and really amp up the number of possible solutions to each challenge.

At this moment, there are a few different ways to purchase Ethan: Meteor Hunter. If you buy directly from the developer you have a choice between the Classic ($9.90) and Deluxe ($14.90) Editions. While the Deluxe version is five dollars more, it comes with a load of goodies: the soundtrack, artbook, exclusive wallpapers and game guide. If directly supporting the developer isn’t your cup of tea (you heartless monster..), there’s also Gog.com and Gamersgate. You can also check out the PS3 version ($9.99), if that’s more your style.

Finally, be sure to vote for Ethan: Meteor Hunter on Greenlight. Seaven Studios has promised Steam keys as soon as they are freed from that hellish pit.

About Ethan: Meteor Hunter

Ethan: Meteor Hunter mixes puzzles and platformers core action mechanics with an innovative mechanic: telekinesia. Ethan can pause time and move objects around in order to solve puzzles and get though levels with dynamic use of physics, giving multiple gameplay and solving possibilities.

Features

  • Telekinetic gameplay: players can move elements in the environment to create a path and clear his way
  • Physics puzzles: wide array of objects including wooden blocks that burn when they reach fire or metal blocks conductive
  • Multiple challenges: time-attack, fragment collection or minimum number of pause goals in each level
  • Anyone can play it: from the normal player to the most hardcore ones who aim at getting all the fragments, the best time, get 100% of the achievements or find all the secret bonuses
  • Play more than 50 levels within 3 different worlds
  • Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Arabic, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Czech, Finnish, Norwegian, Hungarian, Greek, Turkish

Bonus: So Many Ways to Die Trailer


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Nathan is Co-Owner of Indie Game HQ and an avid gamer. He helped create this website in hopes of bringing attention to this undervalued genre.
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