Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective puzzle adventure gets a Free Demo for Windows PC, but very playable on Linux. Thanks to developer Darjeeling. With a full release coming in March 2021 via Steam.
Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective has also won the Best Quality of Art. Thanks to the Game Connection Asia Indie Development Awards 2020. So, to celebrate this award, Darjeeling, the company behind the game offers Free content. As in a very playable free demo on Gamejolt and itch.io. Another radical puzzle game that is one of its kind.
Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective Trailer
Labyrinth City‘s award winning visuals are based on the award winning book. Also titled, “Pierre the Maze Detective” by IC4Design and created by Darjeeling. The French multimedia production company is famous for Homo Machina (2018) and Californium (2015). In the game, players will play as Pierre, a famous detective. While working to find a stolen magic stone by exploring stunning mazes. On his journey to solving the biggest crime in the city. Pierre also meets many fun and engaging characters and objects. A truly one of a kind adventure. And Labyrinth City is rather well done if I do say so myself.
Demo Available for Download
The first two levels of Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective are Free. This gives players a chance to preview the game on either Gamejolt or itch.io.
Due note, this is a Windows PC build. But works really well on Linux. To run the Demo from a Terminal, type “wine labyrinthCity_0-12-22.exe” in the game directory. This will launch the game and even offers proper controller support too.
Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective puzzle adventure is due to release in March 2021 on Steam. Which is headed to both Linux and Windows PC. But since the developers offer up some gameplay. You can get a very playable first look ahead of the official launch.