Indie studio announces Source for PS4, Xbox One, and PC
posted on 04.11.14 at 06:31 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Control a butterfly-like creature in a surreal white and dark world.


Indie games studio Fenix Fire announced Source, a new action adventure game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, at PAX East in Boston.

“Imagine you are a butterfly-like creature breaking out of your cocoon only to discover that you are the last of your kind left to preserve a beautiful world filled with mystery but in great turmoil,” reads the game’s description. “You have the ability to exchange and distribute your energy which is constantly depleting and you need to find a way to replenish your energy or you will die.”

Players will control said butterfly-like creature and explore a white and dark world “filled with wonder, hidden areas, mind-bending puzzles, epic moments, and incredible adventures.” You must determine how to exchange and distribute energy to stop the threat of eternal darkness, and locate the “Source” to bring balance back to the world.

The studio is currently seeking $50,000 on Kickstarter to fund development.

Watch the debut trailer below. Find more details about the game here.

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  • Invisbin

    But the video was nowhere near as epic as the music?__? Xbox one Gameplay noice

    • Tetsu

      Yeah, in my opinion they should of done it like the Child of Eden premier video. Something more melodic and upbeat focusing on the visual flourish, not epic movie orchestra.

  • pekot

    More indie games
    That is too much

  • bloodiOS

    Loving that art direction! Very moist~~
    Say, Sal, why is your video only supports up to 720p? The one on Fenix Fire’s official YouTube channel has up to 1080p.

  • Tetsu

    Sounds just like Flower.
    – Abstract Flying Player-Object
    – Light and Dark themes
    – Restoring balance to a beautiful yet unstable world
    – Epic moments and beautiful music
    – Wonder, puzzles and fun visual treats
    – Exchanging energy (petals) to make things happen

    Watched the video. It’s like futuristic Flower and Child of Eden fused.