Developer The Chinese Room has revealed that it's bringing indie adventure Little Orpheus to Xbox next month. This one has been an Apple Arcade exclusive since it first launched in 2020, with the game finally making its way over to PC and consoles on September 13th.

The Chinese Room is known for its work on Dear Esther, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture and the Amnesia series, among other bits and pieces. This is quite a different direction for the team, although given their pedigree, we're expecting good things with the Xbox port of Little Orpheus.

Here's a bit more info on this 2D adventure, straight from the team:

Little Orpheus is a technicolor side-scrolling adventure game inspired by classic movies like Flash Gordon, Sinbad and The Land that Time Forgot. Join our bold yet hapless hero Comrade Ivan Ivanovich as he explores lost civilizations, undersea kingdoms, prehistoric jungles and lands beyond imagination. Gasp as he battles the subhuman tribe of the Menkv and escapes the clutches of dreadful monsters! Cheer as he triumphs over impossible odds and untold dangers in the subterranean worlds!

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