Indie publisher Playism has announced the release of Timothy and the Tower of Mu.
The hardcore 2D action-platformer Timothy and the Tower of Mu is out today on Steam. It comes from indie developer Kibou Entertainment.
Players can expect a journey where you traverse more than five different biomes, each with its own unique challenge. Fight your way through ten bosses, each more deadly than the last. Climb vines and jump on bouncy plants, avoid lava, and watch out for monsters.
According to Playism, the game has a 10-hour campaign that is filled with secrets to uncover. It features NES-inspired retro graphics with varied environments and detailed animations along with a chiptune-style soundtrack. You can expect RPG, puzzle, and cooking elements aimed at keeping the experience fresh.
Here’s a description of the game’s story:
Timothy’s grandfather has passed. But legends tell of a tower so high that it disappears above the clouds, built by a god. If someone manages to climb it to the top, a wish is granted. Join Timothy, armed with hope and courage, on a deadly quest to bring back his grandfather.
Timothy and the Tower of Mu is out now on PC via Steam for $11.99. There is also a demo available for you to experience a snippet of the game for free.