The Girl and the Robot for PC launches August 18

PlayStation 4 and Wii U announcements "later this year."

The Girl and the Robot

The Girl and the Robot will launch for PC via Steam on August 18, developer Flying Carpets Games announced.

The third-person action-adventure game is set in a fairy tale world where players take on the role of a young girl trying to escape from a castle ruled by an evil queen.

Announcements regarding the release of the PlayStation 4 and Wii U versions will come “later this year.”

If you missed it, catch the launch trailer here.

Here’s an overview, via Flying Carpets Games:

About

The Girl and the Robot is a unique third person action/adventure game set in a fairy tale world. You take on the role of a young girl trying to escape from a castle ruled by an evil queen. On her way, she meets a mysterious robot that can be controlled remotely and together they encounter many challenges that test the strength of their new found friendship.

Features

  • Advanced gameplay mechanics that enables you to switch between two characters in order to solve puzzles, defeat enemies and navigate in the world.
  • Mysterious backstory that has left its mark on the environment.
  • Unique hand-painted art style reminiscent of old fairy tales.

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