Sparklite ‘Professor Corwin’s Bestiary of Brutal Baddies of Geodia’ screenshots

A look at some of the monsters players will encounter.

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Publisher Merge Games and developer Red Blue Games have released “Professor Corwin’s Bestiary of Brutal Baddies of Geodia,” a series of screenshots introducing some of the monsters players will encounter in the upcoming action adventure game Sparklite.

Here is a preface to the Bestiary, via Merge Games:

Geodia is home to many docile and beautiful animals, however, not all is well in this usually-peaceful land! The power-hungry Baron’s nefarious mining activities have altered and polluted Geodia’s once-majestic Biomes. The animals residing in these areas have been affected too; transforming into mutated and aggressive creatures. Continued mining is causing Geodia’s landscape to shift, changing its layout with each Fracture and further affecting the creatures. Our hero, Ada, has undertaken a great and difficult cause; put a stop to the Baron, his Titans, and their pollutive mining, and reverse the effects they’ve had on Geodia and its inhabitants.

To aid you, Professor Corwin, Geodia’s foremost expert on Geodian wildlife, was kind enough to catalogue some of the mutated creatures you’ll encounter as you journey through the Biomes in Geodia. Needless to say, this should help you and Ada on your quest!

Sparklite is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in October. The PlayStation 4 and Switch versions will be released both physically and digitally.

View the Bestiary at the gallery.

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