Gorogoa Puzzle Game By Jason Roberts Finally Has A Release Date

After many years of delay, Jason Roberts’ indie game Gorogoa finally has a release date. The game has won several awards, which include the 2012 Indiecade Award for its visual design and being the top pick at Good Game Club 2013.

Through several refinements, Gorogoa has become an elegant evolution of the puzzle genre, told through a beautifully hand-drawn story designed and illustrated by Jason Roberts. Players can solve puzzles by arranging grids of beautifully hand-drawn panels.

The gameplay of Gorogoa is wholly original, comprised of lavishly illustrated panels which is impeccably simple, yet satisfyingly complex. Jason Roberts created thousands of meticulously detailed hand-drawn illustrations, encompassing the impressive scope of Gorogoa’s personal narrative.

Gorogoa will be available on December 14, 2017 via Steam.

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