A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories Physical Edition Announced with Release Date

A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories

Tesura Games along with Souris-Lab have announced the release date and the physical edition of their upcoming title A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories. The game will be released digitally on the Nintendo Switch and PC on June 30, 2021.

However, Nintendo Switch owners are lucky as they can also get the physical edition of the game shortly after the launch.

Check out the trailer below:

Help Sci and Néro to get out of a world where logic, mathematics and puzzles will be your allies in a 2D platform game with a unique aesthetic. Are you ready to enter this magical land? Play alone or in co-op and find out as you develop your synapses to build your competency, solve puzzles, and fight enemies.

So what is A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories? It is a mix of platformer and puzzle games that melds abstract arts and hard science. Players will have to use the fundamental constants of the universe and all the elements that compost it to help the Synapsians become open-minded.

Discover a colorful and incredible story with Sci and Nero, who are the two heroes cooperating to evolve in this dreamlike world based on the rules of mathematical logic. Immerse yourself in the universe of Héméide, as you sink into the strains of the game’s ethereal original soundtrack.

A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories

A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories Features:

  • Four magical worlds to explore
  • Local Multiplayer Mode
  • 45 levels of logic based puzzles
  • Colorful and unique 2D visuals
  • A haunting original soundtrack

A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories will release on PC and the Nintendo Switch on June 30. The physical edition of the game will release after the launch date, but we expect a confirmation date as we get closer to June.

What do you think of of the game? Post your comments below.

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