Your last chance to snag a physical copy
Strictly Limited Games, in partnership with Amata K.K., is excited to team up and release the limited boxed editions of Last Labyrinth for Switch. In Last Labyrinth Players must escape a mansion full of hidden dangers alongside a mysterious girl named Katia, who is unable to speak or understand their language. Katia is voiced by Stefanie Joosten, known for her role as Quiet in Metal Gear Solid 5.
In Last Labyrinth, you awaken in an unfamiliar mansion. You find yourself vulnerable and tied up, with your arms and hands bound, immobilized in a wheelchair. Your only hope for escape lies with Katia, upon whom you are dependent. Katia relies solely on nonverbal cues to interact with you and navigate through the game.
This unique form of communication adds an extra layer of challenge and immersion. You must rely on subtle gestures, eye contact, and body language to convey your intentions and understand Katia’s instructions. This communication style creates a sense of intimacy and cooperation between the characters, requiring a deep understanding and trust to unravel the mysteries of the mansion. Katia presents you with a series of intensive, meticulous, and inventive escape room puzzles. These riddles progressively grow in complexity and diversity, encompassing challenges related to numbers and brain-teasing tasks. Each puzzle must be solved in order to advance in your venture.
Strictly Limited Games is giving Last Labyrinth the boxed legacy it deserves, with two unique limited editions, available for pre-order exclusively via the Strictly Limited Games online shop.
The Limited Edition is limited to a maximum of 1999 copies for Nintendo Switch at a price of 39.99€, including a colorful game manual. The Special Limited Edition is limited to a maximum of 999 copies for Nintendo Switch at price of 59.99€, including lots of additional collectibles:
- Game for Nintendo Switch
- Special Edition Box
- Colorful Game Manual
- Making of Blu-Ray
- A3 Poster
- Autograph by Stefanie Joosten
- Two Postcards