The hypnotic Path to Mnemosyne is launched on Switch and PS4
Tuesday, April 16. Villena (Alicante) Spain
The hypnotic independent videogame from DevilishGames is released on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 thanks to the publisher Hidden Trap.
Immerse yourself into Path to Mnemosyne, a hypnotic adventure created within an infinite zoom! Walk the path, explore your mind and recover all lost memories by solving dozens of imaginative puzzles.
A mysterious story, a minimalist script and disturbing sounds and graphics, will make Path to Mnemosyne a bizarre and memorable gameplay experience for any player.
Will you be able to reach the end of the path?
Path to Mnemosyne - Nintendo Switch Trailer: https://youtu.be/0sGA4uIXwEo
Path to Mnemosyne – PS4 Trailer: https://youtu.be/y34UwLBoKSs
Nintendo eShop: https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/path-to-mnemosyne-switch
PlayStation Store (American region): https://store.playstation.com/en-us/product/UP3686-CUSA12363_00-PMNEMOSYNEPS4USA
DevilishGames is a company located in Villena (Alicante) with more than 20 years of experience in the creation of games for different platforms. The business has created more than 150 video games winning over more than a 100 million players from all over the world.
Actually, the company has two different lines of business. On one hand, educational and advertising games developed on demand through the brand Spherical Pixel and, on the other hand, indie games developed under the umbrella of the brand DevilishGames and published through digital platforms such as Google Play, App Store, Steam, Nintendo eShop, PlayStation Store or Microsoft Store.
Mail: [email protected]
About Hidden Trap:
Hidden Trap is an incipient division for video-game porting and publishing sited in Vila-real (Castellón) in response to the need of approaching the consoles market to great quality indie video-games created for other platforms.This division is formed by the expert development staff from the video game development division of Teseo and the Minotauro, which also includes Lollipop Robot, the internationally recognized division of video-game testing for third parties.