Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Enter The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and his Square Mind in this twisted, puzzle-platforming game coming to Nintendo 3DS this Winter

Journey into the Twisted Brain of Baron Von Sottendorff
Delirium Studios Announces The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and his Square Mind on Nintendo 3DS
on the Nintendo eShop this Winter


Enter Baron Von Sottendorff, a well-to-do aristocrat, who believes he's living the good life in early 20th century Europe. What he doesn't know is that he's been trapped inside a reproduction of his mansion created by his own lunatic mind and it's up to you to help him escape his own madness.

The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and His Square Mind combines the essence of traditional platform games with fiendish environmental puzzles set against the surreal beauty of Von Sottendorff's constructs. As you complete each level, you'll receive objects that will help you unlock memories from his life. The more memories you retrieve, the closer you are to regaining his sanity.

"Ever since the announcement of the 3DS, I've always wanted to create a platform game that blended elements of different genres that could use the 3D effect to give users a different perspective on how to solve puzzles," said Arturo Monedero, co-founder and creative director of Delirium Studios. "The dual screens allowed us to let the user control the Baron and the position of each room independently of each other, the end result being some insanely devious puzzles."

Watch the trailer below.


Unique Game Mechanics – Von Sottendorff is a non-traditional take on the classic platform-puzzle genre as the good Baron explores the constructs of his madness. Rather than just control one character, players can also manipulate the 200 rooms in the game by using the touch screen to solve puzzles.

Immersive Gameplay – Von Sottendorf's mind is filled with 8 different worlds, 40 challenging levels and 18 different types of enemies.

Moving Story Line – Recover all of the Baron's lost memories and discover the reason behind his descent into madness.