Publisher Neon Doctrine and developer MarsLit Games have announced a fantasy adventure game Althea: The wrath of the goblin For PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC (steam, Microsoft Store). A release date has not been announced.

Here’s an overview of the game via Neon Doctrine:


Enjoy a thrilling fantasy adventure inspired by the works of Studio Ghibli and Studio Chizu, where reluctant duo Lili and Sadi must learn to work together to survive the journey ahead.

After losing her mother to an ancient evil, Lily wants nothing to do with her mother’s legacy as a guardian. However, when Lily rescues a monk-in-training named Sadi, the latter urges her to revive the traditional partnership between guardians and monks and help him save their home from the mysterious corrupting void.

But the world of Atarassia is a dangerous place, full of monsters and obstacles born of the void, all of which are fatal to the hesitant and unprepared hero. Lily and Sadie will need to combine their wits, will, arm strength, and magic to defeat the corruption of the Void, and ultimately confront the god who took their families from them.

Encounter dungeons filled with mechanical puzzles to solve, Void monsters to battle, and friendly spirits to save as Lili and Sadi discover what it means to truly be partners, and endure their heroic destinies as Guardian and Monk.

Key Features

  • Combine the powers of a military ranger and a magic monk to overcome enemies and puzzles that couldn’t be overcome alone.
  • Explore winding dungeons inspired by classic Zelda games, made up of beautiful but corrupt temples and shrines scattered throughout the world of Atarassia, and befriend the spirits who live within them.
  • Fight giant monsters in places severely corrupted by the Void and defeat them to finally liberate the surrounding areas.

Watch the trailer for the ad below. See the first screenshots in the gallery.

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