Vienna-based independent game studio Emoak has just released its unique light-based puzzler for iOS and Android. Founded in 2014 by Tobias Sturn, the company is also the creative force behind the infinite climbing game Paper Climb, as well as the sandbox game Machinaero on iOS.
In Lyxo, players will need to guide rays of light through dark environments in a simple but striking Bauhaus-inspired design. The minimalist aesthetics blend nicely with the goal of the game, which is to avoid obstacles, create new sources of light, and light up designated targets by mixing and matching different colors. With its stirring soundtrack, the game aims to build and heighten an emotional connection between infinite darkness and the light.
Using 87 handcrafted levels that feature diverse obstacles, players will discover surprises at every turn. The innovative mechanics will make the goal of illuminating rooms varied and highly engaging with every new stage. Because every light source reflects and refracts as it is with light in real life, the game offers infinite possibilities and a wide range of delightfully surprising solutions to problems.