Creature in the Well has a lot of secrets to discover

Adam Volker talks about adding secrets to Creature in the Well and what it's like watching people play his game.


If you want to get people’s attention, put a lot of secrets in your game. Adam Volker, Creative Director at Flight School, the developer behind Creature in the Well, has been doing just that over the last few weeks of the game’s development.

In an interview with Greg Burke at E3 2019, Adam spent a few minutes talking about Creature in the Well and gave one of the coolest descriptions I’ve heard. “It is a pinball hack-and-slash adventure/dungeon crawler where you play as a robot.” Adam goes on to detail the game’s development, including how it started out as a multiplayer game but was quickly turned into a single-player experience. What stood out the most, though, was how Adam talked about adding secrets to Creature in the Well lately. There’s just something about discovery in video games that draws me in. Check out the interview embedded above to get the entire scoop.

Creature in the Well is headed for a release sometime this summer, and it will arrive on PC, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. Gamers that want to find out more can visit the Creature in the Well website and dig a little deeper into whether this title is for them or not. When it does have a release date, we’ll be sure to add it to our video game release dates 2019 guide.

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