Paper Cut Mansion è disponibile per PC, Xbox Series X|S e Xbox One
Tear Through The Mystery In Paper Cut Mansion, Out Now Use your investigative skills to unfold all of the secrets in this roguelite horror puzzler on PC and Xbox
Gothenburg, Sweden – October 27th, 2022 – Thunderful & Space Lizard Studios are excited to announce that their peculiar cardboard cut-out thriller, Paper Cut Mansion, is available now for PC, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One at a price of $19.99 / €19.99 / £16.99. PlayStation and Nintendo Switch versions of the game will be launching very soon, news on those versions will come at a later date.
Explore a mysterious mansion, solve puzzles, battle enemies and complete quests to unlock new abilities and discover new equipment. Each unique run you undertake opens up the opportunity to define your own playstyle, in addition to giving you a greater chance of overcoming the challenges that each attempt throws in your path.
In Paper Cut Mansion, you play as Toby, a police detective arriving at the road leading to the enigmatic old mansion. As you seek to unfold the truth behind the ominous place, you will need to use a keen eye and your sharp detective skills, with each run giving you the opportunity to collect another piece of evidence to be tacked on the Evidence Board. Intrigue is further added to the mysterious vibe of the mansion through a dimension-hopping mechanic that lets you leap between alternate versions of the same location, adding a different perspective to the gameplay and atmosphere as you uncover new secrets.
An intriguing cast of characters will be met as you explore in Paper Cut Mansion. You will find those that may help or hinder you: some will offer quests that can earn you valuable rewards, some will try to hide and some may even have a more malicious intent toward you.
“As a small team, we’ve poured a lot of blood, sweat and tears into Paper Cut Mansion,” said Gabriele Caruso, Lead Designer at Space Lizard Studio. “I’m delighted that players finally get to play the game today on PC, and Xbox. Look forward to news on the PlayStation and Nintendo Switch versions soon!”