Seasons After Fall is a 2D platform-puzzler game that will let you dive into a captivating universe and explore a land governed by magic and nature. As a wild fox you are sent on a perilous journey aided only by your ability to change the seasons at will, manipulating a gorgeous 2D world backed by an enchanting live string quartet.
The power of nature is in your paws as you make your journey across this mysterious world full of strange flora and fauna. Each of the seasons have a drastic change on the environment: it is up to you to change the world and open new paths. Winter can freeze waterfalls, and the rain from Spring can raise water levels, while Summer can cause some plants to grow and extend. The world of Seasons After Fall is overflowing with secrets, can you uncover the truth?
Something feels weird in this forest. In order to complete your quest, you must use your mystical abilities to meet the Guardians and gain their powers. The four Guardians of the Seasons are gigantic totemic spirits and protectors of a mysterious sacred ritual: the Bear for Winter, the Crane for Autumn, the Eel for Spring, and the Cicada for Summer. But are they allies? Or enemies?
Discover a world brought to life by stunning hand-painted graphics and original music performed by a string quartet. Visit enchanted vistas and sceneries while the music, the mood, and the atmosphere change seamlessly with the seasons.
Seasons after Fall is a 2D platformer with beautiful artwork that has you controlling a fox attempting to collect the essences of the four seasons. Gameplay involves a mix of simple platforming and shifting between different seasons in order to cause different changes to your environment, shifting seasons will not only change the look of the area but will allow you to access new areas, spring might be used to increase the level of water which can then be frozen by switching to winter. This gives the game a metroidvania element where you will travel back to old areas once you are able to change to new seasons. The game has beautiful artwork and good music but it doesn't hold up to some other games like Ori and the Blind Forest when it comes to narrative or gameplay elements. Different areas can also start to blur together, pretty but without offering a large amount of variety. This is an enjoyable platformer to play when you feel like playing something more relaxing but if not for the visuals it would be a more average experience.
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