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From Patrick Plourde – Creative Director of Far Cry 3 – and Jeffrey Yohalem – winner of the Writers Guild of America Award – comes Child of Light, a digital title developed under Ubisoft Montreal‘s alternative label Funhouse.
Envisioned as a “Playable Poem” by its creators, Child of Light is a modern reimagining of our childhood fairy tales.
Set in the magical world of Lemuria, Child of Light takes us on the coming-of-age journey of Aurora, a young girl struggling to save a lost kingdom and her ailing father.
“Come, tuck yourself into bed Let me tell a story. Of Lemuria, a kingdom past And a girl born for glory.”
The daughter of the Duke of Carniola is transported to Lemuria, a mysterious world that needs her help. Identified as the Child of Light and granted the power of flight, she takes on the minions of Lemuria’s Dark Queen in her quest to recover the sun, the moon and the stars to return home. Along the way she’ll discover that her destiny may be far greater than she ever dreamed.
“Beware the night, Child of Light.”
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Never even downloaded due to it requiring a steam knock off. Waste of money. Should have read the reviews first.Published 24 days ago by blastbeats4u
This is a really pretty game. I think that is probably my favorite part. The story is cute but more for a younger audience. I'm okay with that too though. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amy Sumida, author of The Godhunter Series
Great story and great game. I am typically not a fan of turn based RPGs but this was a great game. I couldn't stop playing it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cleve
I thought it was fun. The RPG elements were cool and the gameplay was pretty decent. The battle system was stellar and certainly hearkened back to game days of old. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter
This charming game poses a fresh take on turn-based combat using a fast-paced time cycle mechanic to determine who moves at the given moment. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pieter Louw