September 4, 2012 5:00 AM | Konstantinos Dimopoulos / Gnome
It's more of a teaser and less of a trailer, I'll give you that, but it does seem there are more than a few reasons to be excited about Arcen Games' freshly announced Shattered Haven. I mean, it does come from a studio that has never been afraid to innovate and is officially described as a "top-down, 2D, action-adventure, mildly-roguelikeish game", which can only mean good things. What's more, it will apparently sport an interesting post-apocalyptic story, pixel-art graphics, multiple endings, over 100 levels, environmental puzzles, a built-in level editor and local co-op multiplayer.
Shattered Haven will enter its public beta phase late this September and, provided nothing goes spectacularly wrong, will get its proper 1.0 release sometime in November.