Chucklefish has revealed it will be publishing the 2D puzzle platformer Inmost. The title has been developed by the two-person Lithuania-based developer Hidden Layer Games and is currently due out on the PC in 2019. When asked about a potential Switch version, Chucklefish said it would love to bring it to consoles, but couldn't guarantee anything right now:

Inmost is described as an atmospheric, story-driven puzzle platformer where you take control of three playable characters who are united by an interconnecting story. The narrative takes place across two worlds, with part of it set in an old abandoned castle, and includes themes of suffering and sacrifice - with a family apparently in the middle of the chaos. 

There'll be plenty of slicing and dicing as you work your way through enemies and spring deadly traps to escape the forces of evil. There are also secret passages and the atmosphere is enhanced by beautiful pixel art design.

Chucklefish are responsible for the development of Wargroove, due out on the Switch in the near future, and have previously handled the publishing of Stardew Valley and Pocket Rumble on the eShop. Hopefully, Inmost makes the transition across to the Switch at some stage. 

Take a look at the trailer above, and tell us if you would like to see this game released on the Switch in the future. 

[via blog.chucklefish.org]