LostWinds and LostWinds2: Winter of the Melodias now available on PC via Steam
We are delighted to announce that we have today launched our two awesome LostWinds games on PC via Steam!
The award-winning LostWinds places the power of the wind into the palm of your hand as you wield the powers of the wind-spirit Enril to power young Toku’s jumps and glides, and guide him through a magical platform adventure to lift the curse placed on the land of Mistralis by the evil spirit Balasar.
The adventure continues in LostWinds 2: Winter of the Melodias. Sonte, spirit of Seasons, powers allow you to instantly switch seasons between summer and winter to transform Mistralis as you harness Enril’s fantastic new abilities to help Toku find his missing mother and end the eternal winter.
Playful controls are used to solve puzzles, smash enemies and adventure through the enchanting, richly interactive world of Mistralis. The PC versions retain LostWinds’ charming, painterly, relaxed aesthetic, whilst offering updated controls, enhanced visual effects, Steam trading cards, badges and achievements.
LostWinds and LostWinds 2 launch simultaneously today (March 24) and retail for £6.99 ($9.99, €9.99, RUB 249) each.
LostWinds: The Blossom Edition, including both games, will be available the same day for the special price of £10.99 ($14.99, €14.99, RUB 349).
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