A downloadable game for Windows
Cirrata is a rogue-lite, metroidvania inspired, action-platformer.
You play as an anthropomorphic red panda named Kier.
You were once a great chef but your self destructive life style and an unfortunate event forced you away from your adored culinary venture.
You have been isolated from the world for many months. Finally, after an intense vision causes you to burst out of a stupor, you decide to stumble through the mess that has accumulated around you. You open the door to see a very unfamiliar world.
You begin to explore the foreign territory outside, the world has been inhabited by strange hostile creatures. You are compelled to explore the surrounding land…
-You are armed with your always dependable chef knife. You will also come across many other tools to aid you in battle such as small throwing knives, cleavers, and hammers. All with unique three stages of power.
-Harness the power of the foods and liquid Spirits you find along your journey.
-Battle elite enemies, mini bosses, and large scale main bosses.
-The more food items you encounter and consume the more power and ability you will gain.
Cirrata is in early development. New alpha demo download below!
bugs/ ideas/ comments/ hugs? Join: Cirrata Discord
Mac version: follow this if you get an error:
install through the itch.io launcher: download here
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- Seattle Indie Expo alpha Build 18.0127 days ago
- New Trailer 202229 days ago
- Updates from Upcoming build 18.0055 days ago
- ALPHA DEMO 17.80Jun 12, 2022
- 1760 New alpha demo version!Jun 01, 2022
- Demo Update! v1730Mar 11, 2021
- Mac alpha demo - fixMar 03, 2021
- ALPHA DEMO! v1725 (many bug fixes)Mar 02, 2021
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Darn cool!!~ ;D
Exciting stuff! I'll try to record myself playing the demo for your reference.
Sneak peek at the upcoming early-demo. I did a 30min play through in order to find bugs.
Demo and Kickstarter coming soon!
This experience thus far is promising! I love the illustrative art style! I'm interested to see where this goes!