$ 9.99

Explore and fight your way through a diverse dream world in the mind of the Human Young!

Play as Young, exploring a dream landscape inside his own mind. Use a broom to fight off enemies, explore dungeons and other natural landscapes.

DRM-Free and Steam Key

All users that purchase this title on Playism will receive both a DRM-free copy and a Steam key!

In Anodyne, you will play as Young, exploring a dream landscape inside his own mind. Use a broom to fight off enemies, explore dungeons and other natural landscapes.

Anodyne features over 60 minutes of music and over 15 diverse areas for you to explore.

It stays close to its inspirations and risks growing repetitive, but Anodyne’s darkly surreal atmosphere is gripping.

PC Gamer84/100

Anodyne is an indie game that, despite one very problematic gameplay element, manages to play with a tried and true genre and create something new and exciting.

Hooked Gamers8/10

This is a game for those who grew up in Hyrule but spent more time in Lordran in recent years. Some finicky platforming also frustrates, but then Link didn’t get an auto-jump until Ocarina Of Time.

Edge Magazine8/10

Anodyne is a well done Zelda clone with a stunning story. The vintage gaming fan will love it.

Multiplayer.it 8/10

With Anodyne, Jon and I wanted to create a memorable indie game  that is both enjoyable from a game and aesthetic standpoint, as well as having a thoughtfully-created world from which people can reflect on - a world based on parts of the mind of a character, Young.

Sean Hogan and Jonathan KittakaDeveloper's Voice

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  • Windows

    • Operating System1.5 GHz processor or more
    • Memory1 GB RAM or more
    • Storage100MB
  • Mac OS

    • Operating System1.5 GHz processor or more
    • Memory1 GB RAM or more
    • Storage124MB

Specification

Developer

Sean Hogan and Jonathan Kittaka created Anodyne together in 2012 and 2013, and are working together on a new game, Even the Ocean (http://www.eventheocean.com). "We hope to provide games that are worth the players' time; games that will provide memorable experiences for people to think about in context with their normal lives."