"Originally I started making SOLAS because I really enjoyed older C64 games like Reflektor, and (admittedly obscure) tile-based puzzle games like S.C. OUT. These games were all about cause and effect, and about learning how the different systems interacted with each other."
In SOLAS, players explore the complicated, interconnected circuitry of a mysterious machine by redirecting beams of light towards energy receivers in an effort to get it up and running again. What the machine does or why it’s powered down we don’t know, but we do know that something alien and hostile has found its way inside and is intent on causing chaos.
Awesome Edinburgh indie, Amicable Animal and publisher Armor Games have revealed that their funky and fascinating reflect-em-up puzzle game SOLAS will be released on PC - AND NINTENDO SWITCH - in Q1 2021.
Play the SOLAS prologue. The light bouncing, pulse shifting, synthwave puzzle game (which was nominee in the UK game of the Show competition), now has a free playable demo. Amicable Animal, the team behind the game has been hard at work over the last few days creating a demo for the game. Not just any... Continue Reading →
Two Scottish developers - Amicable Animal and Junkfish have had games nominated in the UK Game of the Show award, which takes place at this year's Gamescom event. They take their place alongside titles such as Dirt 5, from the legendary Codemasters and developers such as UsTwo, the company behind the multiple award-winning Monument Valley.... Continue Reading →