Barnyard Interactive with the help of Midnight City is bringing its High Strangeness adventure/RPG title, which is the first ever successfully funded Kickstarter game way back in 2009, to Steam and the Wii U on May 6, 2015.
High Strangeness features a unique blend of 8-bit and 16-bit worlds, which the player will have to switch back and forth to in an attempt to solve the game’s many puzzles. The blended visuals are also why the game has been dubbed as being 12-bit, which you can see in the new screenshots embedded after the break. There’s also a new trailer to check out for High Strangeness, which you can watch above.
High Strangeness will be available for PCs via Steam, and the Wii U via the eShop on May 6, 2015. At this time an official price point hasn’t been listed for the game.
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