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Doublehit Games Introduces Puzzle Platformer Eternal Hope

Doublehit Games is the same team that debuted mobile games like Tiny Keepers and Sinking Pirates. Now, the developer will be bringing out a brand new puzzle game inspired by the works of Studio Ghibli: Eternal Hope. Set for release on PC this August with an Xbox One debut in late 2020, it seems exactly like a whimsical puzzler that will delight fans.

Our first look at the game includes a preview of protagonist Ti'bi, who's seen at the grave of a love he has apparently lost. You'll definitely want to bust out the tissues for this one, though you'll have to rack your brain far more than exercise your tear ducts. It looks like you'll come face to face with a variety of formidable enemies as you figure out a path to salvation and bring your lost love back to life.

Doublehit Games' Eternal Hope is a hopeful, puzzle-laden adventure inspired by Studio Ghibli. Courtesy of Doublehit Games.
Doublehit Games' Eternal Hope is a hopeful, puzzle-laden adventure inspired by Studio Ghibli. Courtesy of Doublehit Games.

You can check out the game in action by way of the full announcement trailer below. Here's the basic gist of the game, taken from the official Eternal Hope website:

"Eternal Hope follows the story of Ti'bi, a boy who must travel between two dimensions in search of his lost love's soul." This sets the stage for what Doublehit Games promises will be an emotional story, full of "undying love and unwavering hope." The story will see players traversing a number of levels, solving puzzles, and using their platforming skills to progress."

If that sounds like something that's up your alley, you should add Eternal Hope to your must-play list and give it a go later this year when it debuts on PC. Anything that takes cues from the emotional and nuanced storytelling of Ghibli films will almost certainly offer a good time, and we can't wait to see what comes of this game.

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Brittany VincentAbout Brittany Vincent

Brittany Vincent has been covering video games and tech for over a decade for publications like G4, Popular Science, Playboy, Empire, Complex, IGN, GamesRadar, Polygon, Kotaku, Maxim, GameSpot, Variety, Rolling Stone, Yahoo, and more. She's also appeared as a speaker at video game conventions like PAX East and has coordinated social media for companies like CNET.
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