Infinite-Beyond the Mind Physical Edition Announced

Infinite-Beyond the Mind Physical Edition Announced

Blowfish Studios, Emilie Coyo, and Strictly Limited Games have teamed up to release a physical edition of the 2020 indie platformer, Infinite-Beyond the Mind.

The physical edition will be available on PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, with a special artwork featuring Olga, or Tanya. Both versions will contain a physical copy of the game, along with a manual. Like other Strictly Limited Products, the PlayStation 4 version will be limited to 500 copies, with Nintendo Switch getting 1,500. There will also be an art card, which is limited to 99 units.

Preorders of both editions will be open on Jan. 15 at 8 a.m. PDT / 11 a.m. EDT, with copies expected to ship sometime in the spring.

For those of unfamiliar with Infinite-Beyond the Mind, you can find the official overview below.

Game Description
Raised on battlefields in a world devastated by war, two women who share a bond over their special powers fall under the watchful eye of the tyrannical Beljantaur Kingdom. When one is abducted by Queen Evangelyn and her heavily armed forces, the other must spring into action and rescue her friend from captivity by any means necessary.
Battle as Tanya or Olga through 16 side-scrolling stages rife with enemy troops, platforming challenges, and intense boss fights, overcoming waves of enemy soldiers and overcoming environmental challenges while you clear your way across the Beljantaur Kingdom.

List of Features

  • 16 Side-Scrolling Stages – Make your way across the Beljantaur Kingdom and explore its beautiful countryside.
  • Cute Chibi-Style Pixel Art – Stunning Chibi-Style pixel art with impressively detailed environments.
  • Take on a literal army! – Take down the Beljantaur Kingdom’s army in a whole host of unique and memorable boss fights.
  • Co-Op Gameplay – Play single player as either Tanya or Olga or play as both characters in local co-op!
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