Mira and the Legend of the Djinns – Announcement

Posted on 16 Jun 2022

Indie developers littleknightgames and publisher Assemble Entertainment have revealed Mira and the Legend of the Djinns, a metroidvania about a woman exploring the “desert ocean” and dangerous ruins in order to grab anything worth selling along the way. Expect protagonist Yuba to gain some badass special powers from their djinn buddy Mira. Mira is releasing in 2023 for PC and consoles.

Official Press Release

Embark on an Epic Quest Across a Sea of Shifting Sands in New Metroidvania from Assemble Entertainment — MIRA and the Legend of the Djinns

Two Unlikely Partners Will Journey Together and Discover the Forgotten Truth Beneath Ruin and Wreckag

Wiesbaden, Germany – 15th June 2022 – Award-winning indie publishers Assemble Entertainment and developers littleknightgames are elated to reveal today MIRA and the Legend of the Djinns, a new Metroidvania game in Assemble’s catalogue of successful indie titles. A highlight of Steam’s Guerilla Collective and showcased in the Shacknews E6 lineup, MIRA and the Legend of the Djinns showcases the remarkable world the duo journeys through, illustrated through vivid Mediterranean-inspired pixel artwork and a lulling soundtrack. Throughout their travels, they learn of the world Mira once knew and how it was consigned to oblivion. Along with the reveal, the studio has also released a trailer showcasing the title’s mix of beloved retro mechanics expertly merged with gameplay novel to the genre.

Drawing deep inspiration from Moroccan and Amazigh culture, language, and spiritual traditions, MIRA and the Legend of the Djinns is an adventure that tells the tale of Yuba, an avid treasure hunter, and a mysterious Djinn named Mira, the first Djinn discovered in generations. The two journey together across the devastated world of Fallen Amazgesh, a world of ruins, to uncover her lost memories, and in turn, what happened to her land and its people. To this end, Yuba and Mira agree to form a spiritual Bond, something no human has done outside of fabled legends.

Delivered in a classic 2D Metroidvania-style format, Mira and Yuba traverse the vast expanse of the Desert Ocean, discovering new friends and vicious foes along the way. Together, the pair will track down priceless artefacts, explore dangerous ruins, battle against mutated creatures and corrupted spirits, and come face to face with the very cause of the cataclysm that destroyed Mira’s world and conceived Yuba’s.

Key Features of MIRA and the Legend of the Djinns:

  • Go With the Flow: Djinns hold power over four Primal Elements: Solar, Celestial, Infernal, and Lunar. Players are granted four different weapons to wield, each one imbued with one of the four Elements. A fluid combat style allows players to switch between weapons and elemental modes on the fly — even in the midst of combat!
  • Grow the Skill Tree: Whether by progressing the story or buying them in-game, take down enemies in style with dozens of moves to unlock. Create new movesets and utilize them to kick some serious butt!
  • Show Me Your Moves: Along with the classic Metroidvania abilities such as the Dash, Mira and the Legend of the Djinns features magical abilities unique to the retro genre. Many of the spells have uses outside of combat, encouraging players to try out different combos and think outside the box.
  • All Good Things are Multipurpose: Throughout the game, players can discover seven different tools, each used to overcome obstacles, solve puzzles, and weaponize during combat. Certain items are more scarce; acquire these rarities by doing side quests, defeating certain enemies, and if you’re lucky, occasionally purchasing in shops.

MIRA and the Legend of the Djinns is available for wishlist on Steam, with a planned release set for 2023.

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