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An old Killer on invisible strings

The Infinite Empire shrugs. Escort a curious AI through chaotic combat, confusing puzzles, and moments of unsettling calm to save your reality from shattering into chaos.

Resolutiion’s 2D dreamworld of lovely pixels, dirty jokes, deep ideas and badassemotional tunes is inspired by classic Zelda and similar action-adventure-games.

Resolutiion will be released in early 2020 for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

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Valor fighting a swarm of Atollers

A dreaming God who can’t wake up

Gather a weird collection of weapons and stories as you piece together the past in a fragmented future. Take on a multi-cultural-mashup of cynical gods, emotional machines, zealots, luddites and furry critters.

The Resolver hails down a storm of bullets; shift reality with the magic of the Chromatic Aberration; guide Bolshie the Worm through a labyrinth below the Sea — Resolutiion’s aresenal of odd items will not let you down.

Vallor speed boosting with the Screentearing

A curious Algorithm, craving for emotion

Solve the mystery of the Cradles while the story of a friend betrayed and a family broken unfolds in a world that doesn’t care if it confuses or kills you — oh hey, a kitty!

Resolutiion’s handcrafted maps span more than ten distinct regions, from the silent towers of Cloud City, to the merciless machines of the Phantom Pit, each with unique environments, puzzles, and monstrous bosses.

Here kitty-kitty…


Richi and Guenther of Monolith of Minds

Monolith of Minds

Resolutiion is created by Monolith of Minds: two angry German brothers leading a band of vagrants. We’re as independent as it gets, building Resolutiion one pixel, one frame, one line of code at a time, one line of copy at a time, since 2015.

And bloody hell, we love it!

People and projects that also get peculiar love: Chris Rafferty, Gerrit Wolf and Godot.

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