This hand-based platformer looks incredibly silly

With a demo out and a full release on the way, this 3D platformer stars a hand on an adventure to defeat evil feet.

This hand-based platformer looks incredibly silly
Published by José @ PC Game Spotlight 9 months ago

Super Adventure Hand

If you love 3D platformers and hand puns, then Super Adventure Hand might be just the game for you. This quirky puzzle platformer stars a hand on a wacky adventure to defeat evil feet, with an outrageous number of hand puns along the way. With a full release just around the corner, the game’s demo is now available for immediate play, so you can get a good feel for the tactile physics and satisfying feedback that the game promises.

Released earlier this year, Super Adventure Hand is the first game from developer Ska Studios. After releasing the 3D platformer Murdered: Soul Suspect, the developers set out to create a game about a hand and all the ways it can move. The result is Super Adventure Hand, a game that lets you climb up walls, crawl on the ground, flick and pull objects, and even ride tiny cars and finger skateboards.

The game’s trailers and promo artwork showcase the outrageous and strange customization features you can expect to see in the full release. While the demo offers a good taste of the game’s tactile physics and satisfying feedback, the full version promises over 50 levels of physics-based challenges and puzzles to solve using a variety of hand movements.

So far, early feedback from fans has been positive, with some describing the game as horrifyingly enjoyable. Super Adventure Hand is set to release on Steam next month, so if you’re curious you can download the demo and sign up for the PC Gamer Newsletter to be sure not to miss it.

Alternatively, you can head to the game’s website for a more thorough look at the wacky world that awaits you. If you’re not sure whether the game is for you, remember that, as the wise Pat Garrahy once said, “if you can’t explain a game to your non-gamer mom, it’s probably not very good.” Of course, that’s not always the case, but it’s a good rule of thumb.

Alternatively, seek professional help if you seriously wish to play a game as just a hand.

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