December 23, 2013 7:30 AM | Anthony Swinnich
While we often shoot, stab or slam our problems away in video games, not all of them have to deal with combat in a violent way. Enter BitMonster's Lili. The developer is bringing their iOS adventure RPG to the PC, and they're hoping it will land on Valve's Steam service.
The focus on Lili is on solving puzzles and interacting with the cast of characters on an expansive island called Geos. BitMonster claims the game has a "non-combat" system that helps deal with any sort of problems you may happen to run across.
Lili is up on Steam Greenlight right now. The platform is cited as PC, though we don't know if that means Windows, Mac, Linux, or any combination of those three right now. A release timeframe is also unknown.