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Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles Sets a March Release Date, Demo Available

Wired Productions and developer Luminawesome Games Ltd., have set a March release date for their vibrant 3D puzzle platformer, Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles. The game will launch on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox, and Google Stadia. A demo is now available and a limited pressing Double Vinyl is available for pre-order.

Expanding on the early access PC game Lumote, this game features a complete version with additional story, whole new game world, new challenges, new puzzles, and new collectibles. A brand-new game trailer, narrated by Michelle Rocha, developer and co-founder of Luminawesome Games, journeys through The Great Depths with the protagonist Lumote. The trailer explores the various scenery and bioluminescent creatures known as Motes who live their lives in this rhythmic bioverse.

The game is one big world and features intricate 3D puzzles with clever and logical level designs. As players immerse themselves into the adventure the puzzles will ease players into the game, increasing in complexity with each Mote they meet. A deep and trance-like score accompanies players throughout the vibrant world creating a fantastical electronica soundscape. After players complete their first playthrough they can switch their role and continue into the world as Mastermote.

Taking Lumote from its original concept of ‘Bump’ at Game Jam and translating that into the complete Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles game we have created today has been an experience like no other. Five years later, it feels like a dream to be able to announce the release date, and we can’t wait for players to get their hands on the game!

Kyle Rocha, co-founder of Luminawesome Games

Limited physical editions are available to pre-order from the Wired Productions Store. Available for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, both versions include a double-sided folded poster, reverse inlay, a unique set of stickers featuring the bioluminescent hero, and a digital download for the Lumote EP. Plus instructions to crochet one’s own Lumote are included. The physical release for PS4 is priced at $19.99 USD and the Nintendo Switch version is priced at $29.99 USD.

We are ecstatic to be able to reveal the release date for Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles, while introducing players to the various unique and adorable creatures found within The Great Depths. At Wired, we are proud to be working alongside the Luminawesome team, supporting and furthering the development of Lumote, while creating an enchanting Vinyl to complete this release.

Neil Broadhead, Head of Marketing at Wired Productions

A Double Vinyl soundtrack for Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles is available for pre-order from the Wired Productions Store for $45 USD. The soundtrack features the music from the award-winning composer Paul Ruskay and includes the bonus track The Biome. This soundtrack is limited to 500 pressings and includes detailed album art from artist David Sossella.

Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles is set for a March, 24, 2022, release date. The game will be available digitally on Steam for Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Google Stadia users will also have access to the game on launch day. A demo is available for PC users through Steam.

Lumote: The Mastermote Chronicles – Release Date Trailer | Wired Productions

Wired Productions (@WiredP Twitter) is an award-winning video game publisher. Founded in 2008 and based in Watford, UK the company has published titles across all major platforms in both physical and digital. Notable game launches from Wired Productions include Deliver Us The MoonClose to the SunGRIP: Combat RacingVictor Vran: Overkill EditionMax: The Curse of BrotherhoodShaq Fu: A Legend Reborn and The Town of Light.

Luminawesome Games Ltd (@luminawesome Twitter) is game developer located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Founded by Michelle and Kyle Rocha, the studio’s roots began in 2014 when the two became one of the winning teams for the October Unreal Game Jam with their game Bump. Since then the concept evolved into Lumote with a larger team and fulltime development.