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Ari Buktu And The Anytime Elevator Is A Puzzle-Platformer That Looks To Channel The Feel Of 80s Adventure Movies

2.5D time travel

Developer Adventure Works has revealed Ari Buktu and the Anytime Elevator, a puzzle platformer coming to PC.

The debut title for Adventure Works, Ari Buktu is a whimsical 2.5D platformer that takes the titular Ari, a high school student, on a time-bending journey with a crazy-haired scientist by the name of Professor Lionel Raventhorpe. Using a time machine created by the good professor, the duo, alongside a cute little critter named Julius, travel to a variety of locations to run, jump, slide and puzzle their way toward adventure.

Making its way to Steam soon, Ari Butku will feature six different areas and 13 levels, with various challenges, puzzles and dangers to overcome. Interestingly, one of the key minds behind the game and the founder of Adventure Works is Jeffrey Ashbrook, a former Disney Imagineer and one of the folks behind the excellent Millenium Falcon: Smugglers Run ride. So, the hope is that Ashbrook can transfer his creativity from designing rides to developing games.

You can watch the reveal trailer for Ari Buktu and the Anytime Elevator here:

If you like what you see from Ari Buktu, you can head on over to the game’s Steam page to chuck in on your wishlist.

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Written By Adam Ryan

Adam's undying love for all things PlayStation can only be rivalled by his obsession with vacuuming. Whether it's a Dyson or a DualShock in hand you can guarantee he has a passion for it. PSN: TheVacuumVandal XBL: VacuumVandal Steam: TheVacuumVandal




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