Minabo it is a real feeling. The video game from the Spanish studio Devilish Games, already announced in November 2021, has shared with its fans that it will arrive on all platforms in 2023. This means that we will be able to play ‘Minabo – A Walk Through Life’ on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox.
The game is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2023 and what does it cost €14.99 in its digital version. Selecta Play, the publisher that will distribute the title, has clarified on its social networks that at the moment there will be no physical version of the game, but has asked its followers to “continue hyping” the game if they want to “have Minabo in their hands”.
How could it be otherwise, social networks have not been slow to grope all possible jokes about Minabo. David Ferriz, from Devilish Games, has thanked this great reception of the phenomenon, but has recalled the importance of the game being added by users to their lists of desired games on Steam. In addition, he assured that it will reach the market in nine languages, including Catalan. “Development on PC and Switch is ‘finished’, now we are with PlayStation and Xbox,” he adds on his Twitter profile.
The game’s official page describes it as follows: “‘Minabo – A walk through life‘ it’s a game of social simulation in which you will walk the line of life while your turnip grows and prospers (or not) in its social relationships’.
One of the enemies that Minabo will find on his way will be molea mother mole that will try to stop your growth.
David Ferriz: “‘Minabo’ is a metaphor about life”
At laSexta we were able to speak with David Ferriz, which acknowledges that they already expected to be a Trending Topic in Spain again with the latest announcement they shared. “It’s cool, but it’s quite stressful“, he adds, explaining the process that led them to name the game like that.
“We have been making games for many years and we are looking for personal ideas that are different from what is sold on the market. It’s hard to get noticed“, he tells us. He also talks about Minabo’s reason for being, an experience that speaks “of life, death and how we relate” to each other.
“It’s a metaphor about lifeabout how we relate to others, acquiring virtues or defects”, he adds. These Trending Topics on Twitter have allowed the game to be known by practically all players in Spain, which has prompted it to be added to their lists of desired games Minabo will also come to mobile devices, but that will be a few months after launch.