Helsinki, Finland – March 17th, 2015 – Cornfox & Brothers, a Finnish developer creating action-filled digital games, today announced that Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas is now available through Steam digital download service for the limited time sale price of $11.99. Already released on iOS to positive reception and reviews, the Steam version has been completely remastered with a complete graphical and technical overhaul, which makes the game more suitable for bigger screens and more powerful hardware. Now both Steam and mobile players can unravel the mysteries of the ancient kingdom of Arcadia and the elusive sea monster, Oceanhorn.
In Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas players must explore the islands of Uncharted Seas, a mysterious world filled with many dangers, puzzles and secrets. Along the way they are tasked with fighting monsters, learning to use magic and discovering ancient treasures which can help players on their epic quest.
The Steam version of the game has received a graphical facelift as well as a new control scheme for the PC platform. “For this new Steam version we added four times more polygons, sharper textures, normal maps, detail objects and new lighting effects, such as dynamic ambient occlusion, soft shadows and real time reflections to make Oceanhorn look stunning when played in 4K resolution. We also read every review and piece of feedback out there to improve the original game all around and give players the experience they want,” says Heikki Repo, Creative Director of Cornfox & Brothers. “Overall, we are extremely happy with the outcome of this definitive version of Oceanhorn and we are truly honored to welcome the Steam audience to enjoy the adventures at Uncharted Seas!”
Here is the Steam trailer:
Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas is now available on Steam globally for the limited time sale price of $11.99 for one week, a 20% discount off the normal retail price of $14.99. The Steam version is now available for PC players and coming soon for Mac and Linux.
Source: Press Release