My Time At Portia Developer Announces New Puzzle Game 'Ever Forward'

Published: May 28, 2020 3:14 PM /


My Time at Portia developer Pathea Games Ever Forward cover

The developer of My Time At Portia has made the announcement about its newest title. Pathea Games has revealed Ever Forward, an upcoming casual puzzle game that's all about a young girl trapped in a strange world — and you can try it out for yourself right now.

Let's kick things off by having a gander at the Ever Forward Demo Trailer that just went live today:

In Ever Forward, a young girl named Maya finds herself separated from her parents. She's catapulted into an otherworldly realm filled with mysterious machines and alien geometry, and it's up to you to help her find her way out.

The mechanics of this new game from My Time at Portia developers focus on platforming and puzzle-solving. At first, players will be able to move around and jump, but they'll soon gain supernatural abilities like teleportation and controlling gravity.

This brand-new Pathea Games title will be coming out in a couple of months, so you won't have to wait too long — but there's a Prologue demo available that you can check out right now!

My Time at Portia developer Pathea Games Ever Forward slice

Where Can I Play the Ever Forward Demo?

If Ever Forward seems like your kind of jam, you'll be happy to hear that it's coming out in a couple of months. You don't have to wait forever, though — you can play a demo right now!

Head on over to the game's Steam Store page to play the Ever Forward Prologue Demo and get your first taste of this magical new world. You'll be able to play the whole game when it launches for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch sometime in July 2020.

What do you think of the newest game from the My Time At Portia developers? Does the visual aesthetic of Ever Forward appeal to you? Let us know in the comments below!

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