Aliisha – The Oblivion of Twin Goddesses has been postponed, according news that was posted on Twitter by publisher PQube and developer Underscore, who revealed that the project will now be released later in 2022.
The puzzle adventure game Aliisha: The Oblivion of Twin Goddesses was initially revealed for Switch in December. It was previously scheduled for this spring.
PQube about the delay
We’ve decided to postpone the publication of Aliisha: The Oblivion of Twin Goddesses until later this year.
This decision was made in response to the outpouring of community support and comments, especially on the usage of motion controls. This extra development time will enable the UNDERSCORE team to produce a well-rounded single player experience for you, the fans.
We appreciate your patience and look forward to providing you more information on Lisha, Aisha, and AMBU as our adventure continues.
When we get the updated release window and final date for Aliisha: The Oblivion of Twin Goddesses, we’ll let you know.
About Aliisha: The Oblivion of Twin Goddesses
Aliisha is a lovely fantasy tale starring twin sisters Lisha and Aisha. When they stumble find an old temple, they must work together to conquer its various hurdles and solve the riddle of their fate.
Then, either alone or with a companion, explore Aliisha’s brilliantly realized 3D environment as you combine the twin girls’ individual powers to develop.
Aliisha is an emotional trip into the unknown with distinct and unexpected gameplay, designed exclusively for the Nintendo SwitchTM’s unique hardware capabilities.
In the quest for clues and valuable artifacts, Lisha, the more reasonable and practical of the twins, utilizes her AI robot ‘AMBU’ to fly around the temple, scanning objects of interest and reaching regions that Aisha cannot.
Aisha, on the other hand, is more daring and courageous. But, since she can’t feel pain, she can better explore the temple on foot, face more perilous tasks, and engage on a more physical level.
Experiment with switching characters while playing alone – or invite a companion along for the ride and take on the temple together!