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Action-RPG Indivisible Fully Funded, Demo Available To Backers

Indivisible, the action-RPG from Lab Zero Games of Skullgirls fame, has surpassed it’s funding goal on Iniegogo and is on it’s way to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch. In celebration of the milestone, a new preview build is being distributed exclusively to backers who donated $30 or more to the campaign. This is great news for fans who want to get a taste of what the final product will be.

Indivisible is an action/RPG/platformer hybrid that sports beautifully hand-drawn characters, animations, and backgrounds. You will play as Ajna as she sets out on a quest to avenge the destruction of her village, while gathering a party of warriors to fight along side her. The gameplay appears to be broken up into two distinct formats. Ajna can run, jump, and perform acrobatics in traditional platforming sections. She can also attack simple enemies using weapons and her powers. However, there are also moments where the game shifts to a more classical turn-based RPG combat system with each of Ajna’s party members attacking the enemy in turn. It will be interesting to see how well these two distinct types of gameplay flow together.

While there is no indication yet of when the final game will available, the conclusion of the campaign and availability of the backer preview are big steps towards completion. If you are interested in continuing to support the studio you can do so by through their BackKit page. You can also keep your eye on Voxel Voice for more info on Indivisible.

What do you think of Lab Zero Games’ Indivisible? Did you back it? Have you played their other games? Let us know in the comments!

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