If you’re excited for the Zelda Courier Simulator meets Kiki, Mika, and The Witch’s Mountain delivery service, you need to check out this new trailer.
Released as part of the Future Games Show powered by Turtle Beach Stealth Pro, it gives us a fantastic, fresh look at the games’ broom delivery mechanics, the dynamic world, and some of the neighbors it will deliver to. There’s even a teased little mystery at the end, apparently involving the titular witch.
It’s all set for Madilyn Mei’s beautiful vocals and her song “The Chapel,” which perfectly matches the laid-back vibes offered by Mika and The Witch’s Mountain.
Develop Chibig launched a Kickstarter for the game last month, where it achieved its goal in just a few hours. By the end of the Kickstarter campaign, the game had received over €1.3m ($1.3m/£1.1m) in pledges, far exceeding its modest goal of 40 000 euros.
It also meant he had achieved an important goal which will see the game add three Zelda-like “dungeon levels”, as well as flying towers for your magic broomstick and a side quest that involves petting kittens. Jiji would be very impressed.
Described as a “short adventure set in a small sandbox”, our heroine Mika is a budding witch who is still developing her powers. It’s completely combat-free and mostly involves flying around on your broomstick delivering packages to local residents.
You should expect to see Mika and The Witch’s Mountain on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC in Q3 2023, or “around October,” according to Kickstarter campaign details. But, before that, you can now list it on Steam (Opens in a new tab).
If you’re looking for more great games from today’s Future Games Show, take a look at our official Steam page (opens in a new tab).
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