Where Cards Fall Coming to PC and Nintendo Switch

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Are you looking for a new puzzler to play? Well, it may time to pick up Where Cards Fall the award-winning indie game originally launched on Apple Arcade. If you’re unfamiliar, Where Cards Fall is a slice of life puzzle game where you build houses of cards to bring formative memories to life. Having won the 2020 Apple Design Award Winner, players can jump into the puzzles on PC and Nintendo Switch soon. Are you ready to create their own pathways across dreamlike spatial puzzles?

The game’s premise is simple:

“Where Cards Fall’s coming-of-age story isn’t a straight line, but a cyclical process the characters engage with time and time again. The houses of cards give each scene a distinct identity and sense of place. As you solve puzzles, you’ll gain small glimpses into the characters’ lives, uncovering memories within the houses of cards. While the puzzles gently flow into each other, things don’t always conclude neatly.”

Where Cards Fall, according to the press release features custom tailored controls and character animations for PC and Switch with 50 challenging spatial puzzles that exercise your imagination and strategic thinking skills. Additionally, as apparent in the trailer below, the game features a unique and beautiful art style inspired by contemporary artistic movements. The game is also tactile and features “accessible controls hand-crafted for every device.” Finally, Where Cards Falls offers immersive audio and an original soundtrack with the release recommending headphones for your play-through.

The game is developed by The Game Band, an award-winning video game studio that focuses on emotive and interactive storytelling. Additionally, Where Cards Fall is published by Snowman, a small studio at the center of artful experiences.

Where Cards Fall is available for PC via the Epic Games Store and Steam and on the Nintendo Switch November 4, 2021.


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