Witch Machine: Spilled Vessel is a spooky little Game Boy styled RPG adventure which follows a young woman as she follows a mysterious voice and slays strange monsters.
Created for the GBJAM 7, Witch Machine: Spilled Vessel follows on directly from when you destroy the Witch Machine in the first game (a Game Boy styled point and click adventure). You don’t really need to know the plot of Witch Machine to enjoy Spilled Vessel and they’re very different games, but they make good companion pieces.
In Witch Machine: Spilled Vessel you attempt to escape a witch’s house then make your way through a monster-filled forest, all under the guidance of a strange (and rather untrustworthy) voice. As you make your way through the world you have random encounters with monsters that you attempt to dispatch with your hammer and a selection of spells in turn-based combat.
Taking around 20 minutes to play through, it’s a great little adventure with an intriguing narrative, excellent pixel artwork and fun turn-based combat. The Game Boy styled visuals work really well and the designs of the monsters are particularly impressive. A spooky little bite-sized RPG adventure well with checking out.
Controls: Arrow Keys – Movement, Z – Interact, X – Back
Available On: Windows
Gameplay Video: Here