Indie dev turns Bloodborne 2D in Zelda-like Yarntown

Indie dev turns Bloodborne 2D in Zelda-like Yarntown

Bloodborne is a whole lot of issues — the perfect sport of the technology, in line with some — and “cute” isn’t considered one of them. But indie developer Max Mraz dared to reply the query: What if Bloodborne was cute? And thus, Mraz birthed Yarntown, a 2D The Legend of Zelda-inspired model of Bloodborne, into existence.

In the center of June, Mraz launched Yarntown without cost on Yarntown takes place in Yarnham, the world of Bloodborne, however takes visible and gameplay inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.

Despite its pixel artwork and 2D animation, Yarntown additionally has the acquainted gameplay parts of Bloodborne. Players can stage up, earn Blood Echoes, roll to dodge enemies, handle their stamina meter, heal with blood vials, and slash at Gothic baddies with their Hunter’s blade. The sport even options not less than two of Bloodborne’s early bosses: the Cleric Beast and Father Gascoigne.

Players can obtain Yarntown without cost from Mraz’s page. Mraz describes it as “a Zeldalike tribute to Bloodborne. Explore the streets of a cursed, Gothic city, looking beasts and uncovering twisted bosses.” It’s at the moment playable on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC, and presents some controller assist.

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