Ib Remake Steam Page is Now Live!

Ib Remake Steam Page is Now Live!

PLAYISM is proud to announce that the internet game created by developer kouri set in a mysterious art gallery - Ib, now has a Steam storepage for its remake version. February 27th, 2022 marks the 10-year anniversary since the release of the original game and the remake is set to release in 2022.


This 2D horror adventure game set in a creepy art gallery was developed by Japanese indie game developer kouri and was originally announced back in February 2012. It is now set to make a grand comeback, better than ever as a remake.

February 27th, 2022 marks the game's 10-year anniversary, which makes this the perfect day to reveal the Steam store page for the remake version. The release of this remake version is currently planned for 2022.


A young girl named Ib visits an art gallery with her parents. While perusing the various works of art, Ib suddenly realizes that she is alone.

As she searches for someone - anyone - else, the gallery begins to change...

Game System

Players take control of Ib, who finds herself alone in the art gallery. Find items and solve puzzles in order to make your way through this exploration based horror adventure.

The ending you experience will depend on the actions and choices that you make while making your way through the strange art gallery.

Remake changes

The remake sticks to the same concept of the original, which was to be a game for players of all levels. It also aims to be a fresh experience for those who've played the original.
Expect significantly enhanced graphics paired with a range of upgraded and new effects.

Product Information

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■ Developer: kouri
■ Publisher: PLAYISM
■ Supported Platform: PC (Windows)
■ Release Date: 2022
■ Genre: Horror Exploration Adventure
■ Supported Languages: Japanese (other languages to follow)

© 2012-2022 kouri All rights reserved. Licensed to and published by Active Gaming Media Inc.


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