Looking for a new indie puzzle game full of beautiful art and charming vibes? Then be on the lookout for Where Cards Fall, which hits the Switch on November 4th.
Where Cards Fall is described by developer The Game Band and publisher Snowman as “a piece of the puzzle of life” in which you have to build stacks of cards to get through each level and relive the protagonist’s memories. As you’ll see in the trailer above, your job is to create your own paths to move forward – and it all looks pretty pretty.
We’ve been told that since its first release on Apple Arcade, the game has been redesigned to include custom controls and animations specifically for the upcoming PC and Switch releases. There are a total of 50 puzzles to play with and the developer notes that you might want to try playing with headphones for the best experience.
The coming-of-age story of Cards Fall is not a straight line, but a cyclical process that the characters deal with over and over again. The houses of cards give each scene its own identity and sense of place. As you solve puzzles, you will gain insights into the characters’ lives and discover memories in the houses of cards. While the puzzles flow smoothly into one another, things don’t always end cleanly.
Looks good, doesn’t it?
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