Boor, a 2D puzzle-platformer game, where you play as a girl with the ability to multiply herself, has landed on Steam, with players and critics alike speaking positively about the game. You can check out the trailer for the game below. Describing the story of the game, developers Dazlog Studio has said:

A little girl accidentally lands on Eden, a faraway human colony under siege by a malfunctioning A.I. known as Boor. Alone and afraid, she must collect items, reveal secrets, and solve puzzles to put an end to Boor’s evil master plan. Can she uncover the planet’s many mysteries? Will you help her survive the A.I.’s murderous intent and bring peace back to Eden?

The puzzle-platformer is set to have a number of features, including:

  • More than 80 engaging hand drawn rooms to explore.
  • Mind bending puzzles and beautiful scenarios to discover.
  • Investigate an alluring but strange world called Eden.
  • Collectibles and secrets to uncover.
  • Experience the power to multiply yourself.
  • OST produced by Paltian (Jacobo Cáceres) accompanies the captivating gameplay.

Daniel Moreno, the founder of Dazlog Studio and chief developer behind the game, has spoken about the release, saying:

This is it: Boor is finally available on Steam. We’re incredibly lucky to have experienced some of the greatest platformers ever in Portal, Limbo, Braid, and other superlative indie games. Boor is an immersive, mind-bending addition to the genre and we hope platforming fans enjoy their time in Eden.

Throughout the game, players can multiply yourself, run and jump, and stay on your toes to survive Boor’s traps and hazards. Here’s how it works: Use the “multiply” power to take command of a clone – which can then complete dangerous tasks such as tricking robots into shooting each other, leaping over dangerous obstacles, and more. But you’ll also need to think strategically: You’re left vulnerable while you’re roaming, and clones tend to expire after a while. The 2D puzzle-platformer is available on Steam for $4.99/€4.99/£3.99. During the first week only, the game will be available at 20% off retail for $3.99/€3.99/£3.19.

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