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Curious Adventure Game 'Barmark' Arrives on Android, iOS Version Coming Next Week

It's hard to believe that it was a year and a half ago that I first came across Barmark, a new point and click adventure game from Swedish developer Stormhatt Studios. The thing that caught my attention about Barmark at the time was just how… strange it was. The music, the visuals, the overall atmosphere. It really looked unique. Even Stormhatt's description of what you did in Barmark was intriguing, as they described it as a game with "no goals, no points and no death." About 6 months later, Stormhatt released a second trailer which attempted to explain further what you did in the game, which it sort of did, but it still left us with a ton of questions. Well, it's been a long time in the works, but Barmark is finally finished and has just been released on Android...

Mysterious Upcoming Adventure 'Barmark' Gets a New Trailer

Way back in January a teaser trailer for a mysterious upcoming game called Barmark caught our attention, mostly because it was so… mysterious. Billed as an adventure game with "no goals, no points and no death," the teaser for Barmark featured a really interesting art style and atmospheric soundtrack. While it looked and sounded cool, it was still really unclear what the heck you did in Barmark, but today developer Stormhatt Studios looks to address those questions in the game's latest trailer. The core of the game focuses on "grand machines" which can be turned on by the player and will alter the game's environments in different ways, which in turn can alter the behavior of the "Archanimals" in the game...




Upcoming Adventure 'Barmark' Looks Weird and Wonderful

A strange trailer came across our desks here at TouchArcade today, and caught our attention. The trailer is for a game called Barmark, the first project by Swedish developer Stormhatt Studios. So what is Barmark? I… don't know. It's classified as a point-and-click adventure, but with "no goals, no points and no death." Sound strange? I thought so too. The developer provides a bit more cryptic description: "Wander through stunning landscapes; immerse yourself within the amazing visuals and sounds of nature. Find harmony by forging your own environments, creating worlds to achieve personal perfection. Experience the calming world, and alter it to your liking." Check out the trailer...