BOSTON, MA - JULY 17, 2012 - Lantana Games has released the first prototype for Moonlight: Mistress of Mischief, a puzzle game with a focus on stealth gameplay. The game was originally created in short-form for the 2012 Stealth Jam, hosted by Sneaky Bastards. This latest version includes 10 levels spread out across 2 castles. While small, Dan Silvers, the game's creator and Resident Game Designer at Lantana Games, hopes to expand the game to over 100 levels with better artwork, original music (the current included music is placeholder), a proper save system, and more castles with different kinds of environmental hazards to continue mixing up gameplay. Moonlight is currently available for Windows, with Mac and Linux versions a strong possibility. The current prototype is free to download at Lantanagames.com.
Moonlight: Mistress of Mischief is a classic, grid-based puzzle game with stealth elements. You play as the titular Moonlight, out to ransack castles of all their precious gems. Players are presented with various labyrinthian puzzles, requiring cunning and expert timing. Players need to use the environment and various tools at their disposal to survive, including boxes to hide in and Moonlight's trusty dagger. Enemies and environmental hazards - including locked doors, turrets, thin ice, and more - await in each unique room to impede the player's progress.
- Grid-based, puzzle gameplay with light stealth elements.
- Two different castles, the Treasure Temple and the Frost Fortress, each with their own environmental hazards and enemy types.
- 10 levels with unique puzzles and an ever-increasing repertoire of gameplay variation.
About Lantana Games
Lantana Games is an independent game development team located in Boston, MA and founded by graduates of the Savannah College of Art and Design. With a focus on artistic uniqueness and heavily refined gameplay in everything we make, we believe that if we don't love our games, neither will you. Lantana Games was founded in 2009 and currently splits its working hours between bedrooms and a coworking space in Boston's Back Bay.