From Press Release:
HELSINKI — Oct. 15, 2020 — Congratulations! Nolla Games’ Noita (“Noy-ta”), the magical action roguelite indie hit, is officially releasing out of early access today on Steam, GOG.com and itch.io for $19.99, with a special 20% discount available for a limited time at launch.
Noita lets you push your imagination to its limits. Embrace beautiful chaos across deadly caverns, freezing wastelands and more by destroying enemies and objects with magical spells you make yourself. Create your own paths through fully destructible worlds that change procedurally with every playthrough for endless possibilities. Or just mess around and see how much trouble you can get into!
And now is the perfect time to dive in: today Noita gets its biggest update yet featuring tons of new content, including new enemies, perks, music, and over 20 spells, as well as a whole bunch of game improvements and bug fixes. There’s also the introduction of Twitch integration, allowing streamers to let their viewers vote on various in-game events for even more creative surprises!
About Nolla Games
Nolla Games is a company set up by three indie developers, all of whom have worked on their own projects in the past. In fact, over the years the gentlemen in question have worked on over 150 titles. Though the quality of the released titles varies from IGF Seumas McNally Grand Prize-winning games to … well … Notepad: The Game. The three gents in question are:
- Petri Purho: Petri is best known as the creator of Crayon Physics Deluxe. In his youth he made a lot of tiny freeware games. He has also made a bunch of board games, but he hasn’t told anyone about it. So please keep it a secret.
- Olli Harjola: Olli is known for the award-winning, mind-bending sci-fi puzzler The Swapper in 2013. Besides indie games, he also dabbles in music, live visuals and making programming languages.
- Arvi Teikari: Arvi is also known as Hempuli. Over the years he has released a lot of tiny experimental games, so many in fact that he is unaware of all of them. One of the games he remembers making is Baba Is You.