Glass Masquerade Is Making Its Way To Consoles This February

Glass Masquerade Is Making Its Way To Consoles This February

February is not just the month of love, but also the month when console owners will finally be able to get their hands on the relaxing stained-glass puzzler, Glass Masquerade. The game has already been garnering rave reviews on Steam since late 2018, so it’s about time that players on PS4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One can join in on the fun.

For those not familiar with Glass Masquerade, it is a beautiful Art Deco style puzzle game with very relaxing puzzles. It is one of the very few games with a 10/10 rating on Steam and 97% of its close to 1600 user reviews are all positive. It has also earned itself a well deserved score of 8.3 on this site, so check out the REVIEW for an in-depth look at what it is all about.

Console owners can look forward to the same 25 beautiful and intricately designed stained-glass jigsaw puzzles that has made the PC version such a hit. None of the puzzles feature any kind of time limit, so it is a game that can be completed in your own time without any pressure or stress. The soothing soundtrack by Russian composer Nikita Sevalnev also adds to the tranquil mood of the game. The game does keep track of your completion times, so if you ever want to challenge yourself, you can replay the puzzles to try and improve on them. The PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game will feature Platinum Trophy and 1000G Achievements respectively.

Check out the trailer and screenshots for Glass Masquerade below and leave some space in your gaming schedule this February if you are a fan of puzzle games. Glass Masquerade will be out on 5/6 February 2019 for PS4 (NA/EU respectively) while Xbox One and Switch owners can download the game from 8 February 2019. Be sure to give the developer, Onyx Lute, a follow on Twitter  as well as Digerati.

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  1. LordRahl January 24, 2019
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    Noice, but Im waiting for the sequel on Steam. Can’t imagine playing a game like this with a Xbone controller.

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