Drawn from the mind of Gareth Noyce – former Ruffian co-founder and now head of Triple Eh? Ltd – Lumo has the kind of charm that anyone can enjoy. Consider it a fresh, modern take on the classic isometric adventure style, but also a love letter to the golden age of British game development.
Players can spend hours exploring over 400 rooms, finding secrets and solving puzzles, or they can hunt for all the subtle and not-so-subtle nods to the days of the Spectrum and beyond. What you get out of it is entirely down to you.
Check out the Lumo EGX 2015 Gameplay Trailer: