Beasts of Maravilla Island launches June 12 for Switch and PC, soon after for PS4 and Xbox One

Wildlife photography game gets a release date.

Beasts of Maravilla Island

Publisher Whitethorn Games and developer Banana Bird Studios will release wildlife photography game Beasts of Maravilla Island for Switch in the Americas and PC via Steam worldwide on June 12, followed by Switch in other regions and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One soon after, the companies announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Whitethorn Games:

About

Beasts of Maravilla Island is a 3D adventure game where you take on the role of a young wildlife photographer who traverses Maravilla Island’s magical ecosystems to discover extraordinary creatures, learn their behaviors, and, most importantly, photograph their majesty.

Key Features

  • Take on the role of an aspiring photographer and embark on your journey to fill your grandfather’s photobook with the magic of Maravilla Island.
  • Traverse a beautifully unique world freely by running and climbing to discover and engage with the local wildlife.
  • Includes over 50 extraordinary creatures and plants to photograph, each with their own appearance and behavior such as the Sparkling Lamp lily, the Maravillan Mango Kakapo and the Prism-Winged Butterfly.
  • Complete puzzles that rely on your cooperation with animals, including playing hide and seek with an Otter Crocodile or helping a Bird Monkey find his perfect match.
  • Explore three distinctive ecological zones, the Singing Jungle, the Glimmering River, and the Painted Plateau- each containing their own unique flora and fauna to uncover.
  • Put your photography skills to action by taking breathtaking shots, however you like! Choose an angle and adjust the height and zoom to get the perfect shot of Maravilla’s many mysteries.
  • Curate your photo book to your liking by capturing multiple photos of each animal and choosing the best ones to showcase.

Watch an old trailer below.

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