Animal Well – Official Gameplay Trailer | Summer Game Fest 2022

Animal Well is a strange, surreal pixel art exploration game full of puzzles and secrets. In it, you explore a mysterious labyrinth and manipulate the environment around you with different items whose uses may not always be immediately apparent.

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  1. The is cheating. MY game does not look like tat as all.

  2. I’ve never been so excited for a horror game LOL

  3. A couple more days yall and well be playing this…really looking forward to it!!

  4. Have y'all heard about animal well? Comes out may 9th. It's like halo 2 and halo 3 combined.

  5. Looks so unique. This is why indie games are the future man

  6. Seems a lot like rain world with the style of celeste, very excited

  7. Videogamedunkey brought us here we will all buy dunkeys games and I'm so proud

  8. I’m getting a bit of Rain World vibes and I’m here for it. Wishlisted! Can’t wait.

  9. Absolutely everything in the background behind Billy is there intentionally. We have a lot of work to do!

  10. Not buying. Looks generic. Rather play Yakuza 0 or Persona 3

  11. wow this is one of the most visually impressive games ive seen in a while.

  12. i dont know why this game isnt getting more hype! looks amazing <3

  13. I love the way indie games just flatten big tribble A companies. E3 was a prime example of that. The creative drive is what keeps us moving. Not dwelling on the past or "bigger is better" mentality.

  14. The art style is very reminiscent of celeste

  15. This is very exciting, and hopefully this ends up being something special like FEZ. I believe in you, Billy Basso! Your credentials and confidence in this project are quite a good sign 🙂

  16. Already in love. Personally the most exciting video of summer games so far. I pray for a switch release one day.

  17. Adore this aesthetic. The game looks wonderful

  18. The puzzle of the video is the friends we made along the way.

  19. Makes me think of Cave Story for some reason.

  20. Looks like Gimmick! on the NES. Similar in that Gimmick! pushed pixel art as far it could go on the platform.

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