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Illusoria is a 2D platformer game that recalls all of those platformers that emerged during the nineties. Games such as Flashback, Heart of Darkness or Another World.
Illusoria is a game where players can immerse themselves in a fantasy world full of wonderful characters and terrible monsters. A place where death lurks past every corner and where patience and expertise will be your best allies.
The Prophecy has been fulfilled, and the Puppet Master has emerged from the void; a being capable of corrupting the worlds he encounters with its mere presence, turning living beings into abominations that attack and kill everything within reach while he gains power.
As Keeper of the Flame, you must protect the kingdom of Illusoria, its inhabitants and Amelia, its empress. To achieve this, you must acquire the power of the Guardian throughout your adventure in order to defeat the Puppet Master and his host of monsters. Time is against you and the Empress is counting on you.Features and Gameplay:
The player will have the chance to play at his own pace throughout the story and as your power increases so will your combat prowess. The main skills include running, crouching, rolling, climbing, clinging to ledges or making leaps of different lengths depending on the accuracy needed for the jump.
Progressing through the story the player will learn how to toss fireballs, create flaming shields for protection against enemies or lunge at enemies while engulfed in flames. But until then, you will be vulnerable.
The game lets the player choose between rushing through the levels or stopping to discover more about the history of Illusoria and its inhabitants through a system of notes and scrolls that the player can collect throughout the adventure.
The game’s HUD, reduced solely to the text boxes during dialogues, has been removed for a better immersion into the world of Illusoria.
During the loading screen, you will see your character progress on his journey across Illusoria in an illustrated map that will be revealed as you complete the different areas of the game.What’s so special about Illusoria?
Illusoria’s art is very special, as the environments and interface is created from digital illustration. The animations and characters used throughout have been traditionally painted frame by frame in order to get a unique polished look. This also comes complete with a rhythmic soundtrack, composed by Victor Riera, where greater importance was used on environmental sound to create a suitable atmosphere for each level within the game.

Release date
Plug In Digital
Under The Bridge
BadLand Publishing
Age rating
0+ Everyone

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 8
  • Processor: Dual Core processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Compatible with DirectX9 with 1024 MB RAM or better (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 / ATI Radeon HD 5850)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
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Illusoria reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Well, what can I say? The Game is immature. The Death Animations take far too long! The Checkpoints are a little too far apart ... Making the Death Animations even more nervous. And if you change the Volume of the music And Sound in the options menu, it only affects the Title screen. Then when you're in the Game, you're really shrouded by the Music. The Character simply does not react. And the Controls are also really weird and spongy. What I can say good to the Game is the Music from the Intro ... But that was already with the Good. Well... Now I have 9.99 less. Great nich?
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Microsoft from Spain
A game with some cool graphics in cartoon plan, BUT with a response to the movement of the HORRIBLE character. You realize this by the 10 seconds start playing, and You say "Well, go blunder, but I'm going to go a little further by not immediately sentencing the game and see if it has anything to save it." You Keep playing and when it comes to a moment of the game (10 minutes) in which you run while some ruins fall on you and you go jumping wells (typical, come on) you realize that if you do very well comes a time when you go so ahead of the collapse behind Tuy Or that the game SLOWs YOU ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE SCREEN And IS LOADING PIXEL BLOCKS from THE STAGE To JUMPs (WITHOUT EXAGGERATing AN IOTA) WITHOUT GIVING YOU OPTION OR JUMPING. Result, DEATH IN THE FIRST WELL. The creators of the game have no idea of making a fluent scroll, or medium-flowing, or anything. I was Already putting negatives to the game with a pass, but for this NO longer PASS. GAME UNINSTALLED AND FORGOTTEN. I Do Not ask for reimbursement because it came from filling in a bundle and that prevents me.
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Microsoft from Spain
Product received for free indie 2D platform Game that looks drawn all by hand and that is difficult as the solo. The game has 12 levels but being a complicated game will take us a long time to spend it one, I think about 7 to 9 hours calculating the first time. I Have to say that I have not yet spent and I have little playing and I have only passed the Act 1 and 2, each one lasted a half hour and I died not how many times. Illusoria is a real challenge in which we will have to calculate very well every jump and move, which by the way his character could well participate in the Olympics as a jump with Run you skip half screen, so when you think you're not going to get in a jump by That you are far from proving. Even with the deaths will not penalize us much because if it will send us two or three screens behind where we are and it is a game of trying again and again to get the right pace for each movement. Every time we fail I assure you that the character will die in a brutal way and is that slashes almost gore, that if a plant devours you whole, if you fall on the skewers, if a spore touches you and looks like a bomb ending in Cachito , that if the mosquitoes..... Good of mosquitoes we do not speak and so without an end of deaths. If you like difficult, challenging and affordable platform games, you'll like it. PS: If You are bald of so much pulling the hair of despair is not my fault.
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