Earlier this month, Australian indie studio Witch Beam posted a weblog that talked about an unfound easter egg in its game Unpacking. “A pixel art rendition of the key art for our next game exists somewhere inside Unpacking,” the weblog stated, “and no one has found it yet!”
A few days later, easter egg-hunting YouTuber xGarbett turned up that easter egg. As some gamers had already found out, you may activate the game consoles in Unpacking and see fictional video games Cactus Carts, Witch Sports, Android Cold War III, and Lash N’ Dash. But turning on the Wii within the second condo stage revealed a game that will not exist but, however is not fictional: TemPoPo.
Described on Witch Beam’s web site as “Coming Soon”, we do not know something about TemPoPo but. Both the title and the beamed notes in its emblem counsel one thing musical, and Witch Beam does embody famous composer Jeff van Dyck, whose credit embody varied Total War video games, Alien: Isolation, and Skitchin’. The island within the cloud and cute pink Cave Bud-looking character appear harking back to heartwarming journey Rakuen, which is kind of a musical game too.
Before making a reputation for itself because of the life story instructed in moving containers of Unpacking, Witch Beam was answerable for a twin-stick arcade shooter referred to as Assault Android Cactus. A kinetic arcade laser disco, it was nothing like Unpacking, and it is totally attainable TemPoPo could possibly be one thing fully completely different once more.