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  • Writer's pictureSneha Bhowmick

Narrative puzzle game The Forest Quartet launches December 8 for PS5, PS4, and PC

Narrative puzzle game The Forest Quartet will launch for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam on December 8, publisher Bedtime Digital Games and developer Mads & Friends announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About The Forest Quartet is a 3D narrative puzzler about a gone, but not forgotten, lead singer. Play her spirit and travel through three acts unique to the members of her band for a final farewell concert. Face their emotions, solve puzzles and fight the corruption plaguing their souls.

  • Kirk – Something strange has taken over the once green and lush nature that Kirk would draw his inspiration from. The fungus slowly creeps and turns growth into decay. Use the power of your voice to restore the forest.

  • JB – The forest has become an abyss of darkness. Creatures have awoken from the depths of the underground, swarming JB’s house. Find the light that once existed to reignite JB’s musical spark.

  • Sebastian – A volcano has erupted, spitting lava out into the nearby forest causing fires and destruction. Reestablish a system of water in the deep underground and reconnect lost pipes to stop the volcanic eruption.

Key Features

  • Spirit Power – Sing to interact with objects, create light with your fingertips. Glide, float, and transform into butterflies to explore the band members’ psyches.

  • Listen Closely – Environments and objects add unique layers to the soundtrack. Whether it be crackling forest fires or the cold winds from the deep caverns.

  • A Story of Life – Live through heartbreak and loss. Recover from grief and restore the band’s musical spark.

  • Relaxing Gameplay – No written descriptions or instructions, progressively gain powers for your travels.

Note from the Developer The Forest Quartet is a personal and family-made project. The original jazz score is composed by Mads’ father, Nina is voiced by his sister, and the soundtrack is performed by select musicians from The Danish Radio Big Band based in Copenhagen, Denmark.


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