‘World-changing RPG’ iii: Revolving Wonderland announced for PC

An RPG by a sole developer using pixel art, 3D, and live 2D.

iii: Revolving Wonderland

Publisher Why So Serious? and developer WSS Playground have announced “world-changing RPG” iii: Revolving Wonderland for PC (Steam). It will launch between 2022 and 2023.

Here is an overview of the game, via Why So Serious?:

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iii: Revolving Wonderland

WSS Playground (owned and operated by Why So Serious Inc.) is proud to announce the upcoming Steam release of iii: Revolving Wonderland. iii: Revolving Wonderland is an RPG by a sole developer using pixel art, 3D, and live 2D. Explore a broken world “full of happiness” and hear out people’s wishes as you seek the truth. Will the world end up fixed, destroyed, or…? It’s up to you.

The main character (hero) of this game. Possesses the power to fix/change the “world”, as well as a “paintbrush” which symbolizes that power.

Whether you use that power to grant the inhabitants’ “wishes”, ignore them, or actively abuse them is up to you.

Staff includes:

  • Developer: One person
  • Music: sirosakurai
  • Producer / Editor: Daichi Saito
  • Production: WSS Playground

The graphics, scenario, game design, and programming for iii: Revolving Wonderland were all handled by a single developer, with sirosakurai handling the music, and Daichi Saito acting as producer and editor.

A “world” so beautiful, yet just a little off, falling into dysfunction.

This 3DCG-designed world filled with pixel-style characters is populated by fairytale and cartoon characters.

The various “choices” you make will affect not only the outcome of a specific event, but the “the very fate of the ‘world.'” This game does not have one single, definitive ending.

—The “Pseudo-Egg” that invites the main character into this “world.” Has this world seen previous visitors before the main character’s arrival?

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—Some of the “choices” with which you’ll be presented in conversation will have immeasurably profound effects on the fate of this “world.”

iii: Revolving Wonderland

—A young girl who claims that the main character possesses “the power to destroy the world.” She seems to be somehow quite unhappy with this world…

iii: Revolving Wonderland

—A tiny king who claims to love this “world.” He seems to hold the exact opposite opinion of the young girl who hates this “world”…

iii: Revolving Wonderland

Rhythmic and exciting battles, plus mini games in which you can play around with the world itself.

Adding further color to the story are various battle- and field-related gimmicks. The super-stylish battles set to cool music feel somewhat off from the pop-ish-ness of the rest of the world, and each one will have a profound effect on the “lives” of the inhabitants.

This cute yet brutal “world” is chock full of all sorts of gimmicks.

—Light-hearted battles where rhythm is crucial. The main character goes up against “beasts” assumed to be enemies.

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—The main character rolling some snowballs. There seem to be a variety of field-based gimmicks spread through the “world.”

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—Using the paintbrush, the main character is able to draw images and make them materialize. For example, you could try drawing flames in a dark room in order to light up your surroundings.

iii: Revolving Wonderland

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery.

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