Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan is a wholesome, creature capture, 2.5D Adventure-Puzzle-Platformer with over 30 hours of gameplay! It is a family-friendly, openly accessible, RPG-infused adventure in which you must save whimsical creatures by bringing back color to the world you once knew!
Rainbow Billy tells a universal coming of age story about dealing with changes in the world and accepting ourselves and the others around us! Sometimes it only takes a conversation, empathy, and a new point of view to make a world of a difference.
EXPLORE A WONDROUS, EXPANSIVE WORLD!
Play over 30 hours of gameplay with dark caverns on secret islands to hidden coves off in the stormy seas. Explore a rich world filled with 85+ islands and caves, treasure, fish (because every great game has a fishing minigame!), friendship and... danger!
BEFRIEND CURIOUS CREATURES!
Collect over 60 strange, lovable creatures and help them with their problems in non-violent encounters! Create your own unique team to save the day!
SOLVE ENVIRONMENTAL PUZZLES!
Each world is filled with clever challenges and secrets that unlock new areas to explore!
RECOLOR THE WORLD!
Restore color to a monochrome world and help your friends find the courage to be their true selves in a story about empathy and growth.
“When thinking about what makes Disney films so good I always come back to one conclusion. It’s that they can be enjoyed by both kids and adults alike. In many ways, Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan is the video game equivalent of that. It has the colors and wholesome humor that kids will love but enough gameplay depth for adults to get sucked in too.”
90 - PC Invasion
“Rainbow Billy is a fun and wholesome gameplay experience that’s sure to satisfy anyone with its bright, vibrant charm and tender coming-of-age narrative.”
85 - Cultured Vultures
“This is a game about showing one's "true colors" to the world, teaching that being oneself is the best way to approach all aspects of life. Its messages of love, friendship and self-discovery are inspiring, the sort of Ted Lasso-esque positivity the world could use a lot more of right now.” 8/10 - Gamespot