Ascender 2D explorative puzzle platformer coming March 17th

ascender 2d explorative puzzle platformer coming march 17th

Ascender is a 2D #explorative puzzle platformer for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. And since the #game is set in the open world of GOA’s districts. Hence the player will face many #unique puzzles to solve. Warning!! So you cannot simply button-mash throughout the game.

The enigmatic journey of Sky, an explorative artificial intelligent made by Professor Toro Hudo who lives in Goa, the world below. While Sky was created to help Professor Toro Hudo in constructing kinetic system for his foster daughter, Ocean Hudo. Hence a forsaken limbless child who fell from the clouds when she was an infant. Observe the mystical Goa, experience its astonishing adventure with formidable jigsaw, swiveling plot, and bizarre habitat.


  • Explorative World.
  • Exciting puzzle platformer for Linux.
  • Challenging skill upgrade mechanism.
  • Enjoy the visuals of GOA’s civilization

Something more

  • So get to know more about Ocean, her dad and the GOA’s civilization. Enjoy the incredible story of Ascender.
  • Explore the various districts of GOA, the underground civilization in the world of Ascender. The game uses an open world approach with metroidvania vibe that is very focused on puzzle.
  • Creatively combine power-up to meet your need. Since Sky can equip itself with various types of onyx runes. So each onyx rune grants Sky with a new power-up. While combining different runes may also yield a new power up.

Ascender will be available on Steam for Linux, Mac and Windows PC on March 17th. And yes, this will be a day-one release.

System Requirements:

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04+
  • Processor: 2 GHz
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Stereo
  • Additional Notes: Better with joystick

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