Alientrap’s versatility in genres has already been demonstrated in games like Apotheon and Cryptark, which featured aesthetically unique perspectives on platforming and shooting, respectively. Users may expect to witness the results of the studio’s work on Wytchwood, a new crafting and adventure game that will be released later this fall.
Wytchwood immerses you in the life of a swampy witch, whose potions and spells can be used to solve a wide range of issues. The witch in issue appears to have struck an ill-advised dark bargain, and she has no recollection of how or why she did so. You engage in a variety of fairytale-inspired characters and monsters as you search for the answer.
According to early descriptions, collecting and synthesizing various spell materials acquired from diverse animals, plants, and monsters across the environment is a key part of the game. Wytchwood has a bright and colorful fairytale art style that draws the eye right away. The aesthetics of the game successfully conjure up the whimsical fairy tale vibe that the creator is striving for. While the jungle appears to be home to numerous terrifying monsters, most early glances of the game suggest a concentration on puzzles and communication rather than fighting. When it comes to the individuals you meet, it appears that the witch has the option of either assisting in the resolution of a problem or passing judgment and making things worse through curses and spells.