Solve cryptic conundrums, uncover sinister truths, and unravel the pasts hidden in CLeM, its arrival on Switch and PC accompanied by an all-new trailer offering never-before-seen glimpses into this enigmatic adventure…
Haarlem, The Netherlands, February 6th, 2024 – Dive into the unsettling embrace of CLeM, available now on Steam and Nintendo Switch! A strange voice in a dark mansion calls out to you, beckoning you to untangle the many mysteries that await, and the time for answers is now! Published by Iceberg Interactive (Strange Horticulture, Still There) and crafted by Mango Protocol (“Agatha Knife, MechaNika”), CLeM is your gateway to a chilling world of mystery and adventure. As a peculiar ragdoll stitched with secrets, you’ll navigate through intricate puzzles to discover the many mysteries contained within the desolate house you find yourself within. Discover CLeM’s sinister world in the brand-new launch trailer!
CleM’s dark tale delivers a “puzzlevania” experience that sees players explore and re-explore an everchanging mansion as they solve puzzles and piece together a story that explores themes of manipulation, forgiveness, and redemption. Vital to your progress will be the ability to craft alchemic toys from items you scavenge throughout the house. These magical trinkets will not only allow you to unveil hidden secrets and reclaim items from the past but also grant you the power to access previously inaccessible areas as you retrace your journey through the many rooms within the mansion.
Your journey in CLeM may start in a dark, cold basement, but you’ll soon be exploring environments ranging from vibrant tropical greenhouses to grandiose studies, and each new location is packed with carefully constructed details and interactable elements to uncover. All of this is presented through a distinct hand-drawn art style that offers a distinctly unsettling aesthetic without compromising the player’s ability to recognise on-screen elements they can interact with.
Scribbles for your notebook:
- Unmask the chilling secrets that this dark adventure holds
- Overcome puzzles and experience strong narrative elements in this “puzzlevania”
- Craft magical toys and find hidden secrets, uncover items from the past, and explore previously inaccessible areas in the mansion
- Decide which of two fates will be yours in this narrative-driven adventure mystery
Twists and turns await in every room of CLeM’s mansion, and players on PC and Nintendo Switch can dive into this enigmatic adventure right now! CLeM is now available on Steam, Epic Games Store, GOG, and Nintendo Switch for $15.99/€15.79/£13.49, and a free prologue is also available that allows players to experience the early moments of this adventure. More news on CLeM can be found on X (FKA Twitter), TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube, or visit the official website for more information. Embrace the unknown. Embrace the questions that lie ahead. Embrace CLeM.
About Mango Protocol
Mango Protocol is an independent video game studio located in Barcelona, Spain. Since 2013 the studio has been crafting a series of narrative-driven, genre-spanning games with dark stories and twisted characters called Psychotic Adventures. CLeM is the fourth game in the series, following the studio’s three previous releases: MechaNika, Agatha Knife and Colossus Down.
About Iceberg Interactive:
Iceberg Interactive is an independent video game publisher founded in 2009 by an international group of game industry veterans. Located in Haarlem, The Netherlands, and staffed with avid gamers, Iceberg works closely with an assembly of game developers worldwide, both midsize and indie. Known for many hit franchises, including Killing Floor 2, Maneater, and Circle Empires, the company has enjoyed recent success with PC titles such as Strange Horticulture, Blazing Sails, Chivalry 2, Land of the Vikings, Mahokenshi, Lunacy: Saint Rhodes and King of Retail. Iceberg Interactive has many exciting games coming up, including Hellbreach: Vegas (PC), CLeM (PC), and Minicology (PC). To learn more, please visit www.iceberg-games.com