Seth S. Scott got in touch with me this weekend to share details on his upcoming creative-action puzzle game, Membrane, which is coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch this Winter.
The official website for Membrane describes the game as follows;
Membrane is a creative-action puzzle game in which players build, bend and break the world around them while interacting with and solving puzzles. The game drops players into a curated sandbox which takes the visual form of a day-glo colored human body interior.
Gameplay-wise, Membrane was designed to allow creative space for the player to interact and build their own unique solutions to the physics-based puzzles of the world. The puzzles in Membrane were not designed to be extremely difficult or deceptive, but built and designed to reward creativity and experimentation from the player.
You play as Sig, and have two tools at your disposal – red bricks and shards – that will allow you to build objects and cut them back to reuse them in order for you to navigate the scenery and manipulate environmental puzzles in order to cross the stage and reach the end goal. There are many different solutions to solve these puzzles – so you can be as creative as you like (or not)!
The game’s doodle-like artstyle looks great, and the accompanying guitar-heavy soundtrack makes Membrane a game you’ll definitely want to play with the volume cranked right up!
Check out the announcement trailer for the game below and be sure to give both Seth and the official Membrane Twitter accounts a follow if you want to learn more about this intriguing looking debut title from Perfect Hat.