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Published on January 28th, 2020 | by Andrew Bistak

Mighty Polygon and Koch Media team up for the release of physics-based puzzle game Relicta

Mighty Polygon and Koch Media team up to release Relicta, a thrilling first-person physics-based puzzle game. Koch Media is responsible for the digital publishing of Mighty Polygon’s vision of an adventurous puzzle challenge that comes without any wormhole-creating guns but even more fun to play with elements and riddles.

Santi Alex Mañas, Founder of Mighty Polygon: “We are thrilled to be working with Koch Media to bring Relicta to life. As a small indie studio, their experience as a world-leading publisher is invaluable to us and it will help us to bring our game to a wider audience. This partnership allows us to focus on the development to create an amazing game alongside the team at Koch Media and bring it to more platforms.”

Jeremy Zitna, Business Development Manager at Koch Media states: “Indie studios have a special place in our heart and we are extremely excited to have the opportunity to support the team at Mighty Polygon with all our publishing knowledge. Everybody here in our teams loves the game and is ready to move all the boxes in the right spots to set Relicta on a course of success!”

About Relicta

Relicta is a first-person physics-based puzzle game where you need to creatively combine magnetism and gravity in order to unravel the secrets of Chandra Base. Alone in the treacherous depths of the Moon, your scientific mind is the only thing that can keep your daughter alive…

Play as a top physicist stranded on an eerie, derelict Moon base. Find your way around the enigmatic, terraformed craters by bending gravity and magnetism to your will in order to solve physical puzzles. Will you rush straight ahead and try to reach safety – or will you take your time to gather clues and unravel the intrigues of 22nd century orbital politics? Buried in the eternal darkness of the lunar craters lies a secret that might claim your daughter’s life – or change the fate of humanity forever. Are you ready to face the ultimate consequences of your research?

 


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When he's not trying to save the world, Andrew enjoys travel (although loathes turbulence), going to the movies, reading and being a dad to his two dogs (and now twins) with his wife.



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