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‘Little Witch Nobeta’ Releasing in June 

  • Pick it up on June 24th.
  • Will release on Steam Early Access.
  • An action adventure Souls-like with witches.


Developer Pupuya Games and publisher SimonCreative have announced that their upcoming indie action adventure Souls-like Little Witch Nobeta will release on the 24th of June on PC via Steam Early Access. To celebrate the news, the developers have used the Steam update page to post a high quality character illustration of main character Nobeta, which you can check out here. If you’d like to try the title before committing to a purchase, there is also a demo available. Little Witch Nobeta will have players venturing off to discover the truth.

The story of Little Witch Nobeta follows the title character on their journey alone to the castle. She does so to solve the mystery of her own life, and to test her skills by challenging powerful living souls. It’s here that she’s also met a mysterious little black cat that fascinates her, and has her exploring the castle depths for even more secrets. There are many different types of magic and abilities to learn, each of which adds more to the player’s arsenal. At its core, it’s a 3D action shooter. As a witch, you’ll utilize plenty of magical and elemental attacks in order to fight against the enemies that stand in your way. Like the other entries in the Souls-like genre, players will need to time their attacks, dodges, and study the enemy. These enemies are designed to provide a challenge, and players are encouraged to better their skills by experimenting with different strategies. Other features are as follows:

  • Complete plot cutscenes.
  • The appropriate amount of puzzle-solving elements.
  • Various combat methods including physical melee attacks and four types of magic, arcane, ice, fire, and thunder elements are available.
  • The magic part can be divided into direct shooting and chanting magic like a big trick.
  • Each element has a unique design, allowing players to find the best way to use it.
  • Although singing magic takes some time, the player can use the melee trick to help the singing progress, so the more attack the more can use powerful magic!

Are you excited for Little Witch Nobeta? Will you be picking it up? For those who’ve played the demo, what are your impressions of it? For other indie titles to keep an eye on, make sure to check out realMyst: Masterpiece Edition, Bonkies, and Panzer Dragoon: Remake. To stay up to date on Little Witch Nobeta, make sure to follow the developers on Twitter and their official Facebook page.