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Mystic Pillars Next Week

Indian developer Holy Cow Productions announces Mystic Pillars will come to Steam on March 4th, offering Windows gamers the chance to play their story-based puzzle game, which is already available for mobile. This trailer shows off some of the game's puzzles and its serene atmosphere. Here's a full description:
Mystic Pillars is a creative blend of intriguing puzzles and immersive narrative set in ancient India. The kingdom of Zampi has been plagued by a mystical drought for years. As a mysterious traveler roaming the land, you must restore the once prosperous kingdom. Solve puzzles and destroy the magical pillars blocking the water. As you travel across the kingdom, you will meet the people of Zampi and slowly uncover what events transpired that led to the downfall of Zampi.

Mystic Pillars re-imagines the traditional Indian board game Ali Guli Mane or Chenne Mane in Kannada -- similar to the popular board game known as Mancala across the world. Puzzles become more complex and challenging as you progress through the story -- with different configurations as you proceed further in the game.

Features

  • A game based in the southern part of Ancient India
  • 100 simple and unique logical puzzles
  • Interesting story that reveals itself as you play
  • Hand drawn colorful 2D artwork
  • Supported in 20+ languages with 4 Indian Languages
  • Animated cutscenes with voice over in English and Kannada (the local language in Bangalore, India)