Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective Coming June 23 to PC and Nintendo Switch Later This Summer | Trailer

Publisher Pixmain and independent animation and development studio Darjeeling announced that their puzzle game, Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective, will be heading to PC starting June 23, 2021 and to Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS later in the summer. The game is based on the global hit comic book series ‘Pierre the Maze Detective’ by Japanese artist Hirofumi Kamigaki and illustration studio IC4DESIGN. Players will take the role of dashing young detective Pierre, explore the intricate hand-drawn worlds, and track down the elusive villain Mr X to save the day.

About Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective

Stop, thief! Mr X has stolen the magical Maze Stone from Opera City’s museum, but fear not – Pierre is hot on his trail. The chase will take players through a series of incredibly detailed scenes, each loaded with eccentric characters, animations and intriguing interactions. The chilled and charming game experience features a variety of lovingly hand-crafted locations, where players will be tasked to find their way out of a maze, complete minigames and find hidden objects and clues to progress. 

Each level of Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective is based on a hand-drawn picture by Hirofumi Kamigaki and the Japan-based illustration studio IC4DESIGN, brought to life by the animators at Darjeeling in France. The game is a passion project born from the Darjeeling team’s love of the book series, and has already collected awards including the IndieCade 2020 Visual Design award and the Game Connection Asia 2020 Best Quality of Art award.

Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective is coming to PC on June 22nd, followed by Nintendo Switch, Android and iOS devices in summer 2021.

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