Nihilumbra

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Third party DRM: Steam

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Description

Discover the huge world of Nihilumbra and join Born on his adventure to find himself whilst trying to escape from his inevitable curse.

Born was created from the absolute nothingness. When he abandons the void and appears in the world, he begins a long odyssey where he will learn how to use the colors around, that will grant him powerful abilities; though he will have to pay a high price.

The void must be one. It reclaims him and will never stop chasing him, destroying everything on its way. To keep being alive, Born will have to condemn the earth he walks, vanishing it forever.


Key Features:

  • Change ground physics using five different colors.

  • Use five worlds as your canvas and transform them at you will.

  • Original soundtrack composed by Álvaro Lafuente.

  • Unlock a great surprise by completing the game. Re-playability assured.

Customer reviews

80

Escape from the void.

PlayTyrant | May 12, 2015 | See all PlayTyrant's reviews »

This is one of those games I've played for hours because it's simple enough to keep you entertained without being a bother, which is what we want sometimes. Reminded me a bit about Abe's Oddysee, but I guess it's just because of the platforms and enemies. The game has a lot of content and the narrative is good. Good Spanish indie titles!

100

Spanish magic

Obsessor | May 2, 2015 | See all Obsessor's reviews »

This game proves once again, that Spanish developers know how to make magical, enchanting, and attention grabbing games. Nihilumbra has everything you need. It looks artsy, the music is simply amazing, and gameplay intuitive. It is pretty short, I've finished it in just 3 hours. However it offers Void mode when you beat the game, has Steam achievements, and unlockable gallery of concept arts. 10/10.

77

A bit of fun for a couple hours...

llonerin | Jan. 28, 2015 | See all llonerin's reviews »

Finished the story in a single run. The game is not too bad and it has a deep meaning... Liked the way you sometimes had to mix up the colors to go on... Have to try the Void mode yet, but seems like a lot of unexpected content there... Like the real game only starts now! Makes me wonder... Was the story only a big tutorial to the void mode? XD A nice game standing at a low price. Buy it, if you like indies.

69

Not the best out there

ptsfthfll | Feb. 6, 2014 | See all ptsfthfll's reviews »

Nihilumbra is a puzzle/platformer game in which you have to make your way by using colors to your advantage. The puzzles are rather easy but at least it's fun to play. Since there are a lot of games this kind by Indie Developers. You may ask yourself it's worth. Well, the graphics are not that great but colorful enough to make you feel at ease. Level designs are above average but you'll get quite a bit fun before first completion. After completion you'll get "the void" mode which is basically the harder version of the same levels changed dramatically. I recommend this game for those who really enjoys platformers and puzzles. But unfortunately, it's not must-buy game. Addition to this, If you see this on sale, go get it immediately. Because it has it's moments.

71

Good story game with some puzzles...

Azralynn | Jan. 24, 2014 | See all Azralynn's reviews »

As you play through the worlds of Nihilumbra, you gain colours to change the world around you. You need to solve the puzzles using the colours to progress through the story. The puzzles aren't overly complicated, and in some cases there was more than one way to progress through them. The graphics are fairly simple, but well done overall. The best thing about the game is definitely the narrative throughout the story. From start to finish, the narrative was my favourite aspect of the story, followed by the puzzles. It's a short game, but enjoyable nonetheless.