Chuchel, a quirky adventure game by Amanita Design is released

Posted March 9, 2018 by John Little in Android, Articles, Gaming News, iPhone, Other Platforms, PC, Release Date, Screenshots, Trailers

If you’re into your cutesy, weird adventure games, then Chuchel should definitely be up your alley.

Created by Amanita Design, those behind the wonderful Machinarium, Samarost and Botanicula, Chuchel continues that esoteric form.

Guiding the fuzzy titular hero, you will have to solve puzzles and challenges in this bizarre world in order to retrieve a cherry.

Much like Botanicula, the gameplay seems to take the simple form of ‘clicking on things to see what happens’, but in a world of strange creatures and objects this should be more than enough, as was the case with Botanicula – satisfying your curiosity and watching the strange reactions of the world was a joy.

Botanicula was a personal favourite of mine, and Chuchel looks to carry the same cutesy humour and design.

The game is already out on PC and phone, the former for a reasonable £7.99.

Take a look at the trailer below, and expect a review of the game here shortly.



John Little
John Little

I started gaming with the release of the PS1 - Crash Bandicoot and Ridge Racer Revolution being the first 'real' games I ever set eyes on - and have been enthralled with the medium ever since. I particularly love strategy and horror games, the sort offered by titles such as Total War and Silent Hill, though I also have a soft spot for a good RPG. I studied Journalism at university in the hopes of progressing into writing about games. You'll most likely find me covering indie games as I'm always on the look out for interesting little titles, and generally I stick to the PC and PS4 platforms. I'm not interested in MMOs or really any kind of online game, and I have an unusual and frankly worryingly expensive obsession with collecting gaming guide books, but aside from that I like to think I'm a well rounded average gamer. Find me on twitter @JohnLittle29

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