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Noita is a rogue-like where every pixel is simulated

Finnish indie super team Nolla Games reveals their first game.

We previously wrote about Nolla Games and their impressive "Falling Everything Engine" and now the game Petri Purho (Crayon Physics Deluxe), Olli Harjola (The Swapper) and Arvi Teikari (Environmental Station Alpha), have been working on using the engine has been revealed.

Noita (which means witch in Finnish) is a rogue-like where physics play a central role. You can check out just what this means in the trailer below:


This is how the game is described in the press release:

"Noita is a magical action rogue-lite set in a mysterious world where every pixel is physically simulated. Inspired by underground classics such as Liero, falling sand games, and modern roguelike-likes, -lites and -lite-like-lites, players will fight, explore, melt, burn, freeze and explode their way through a procedurally generated world using spells of their own creation."

No launch date has been revealed, but the game will initially see release via Early Access. Currently, it is confirmed for PC, but the developers might look into porting it to other platforms later on.