Eternity’s Child hits Steam

Sunday, 3rd August 2008 08:32 GMT By Patrick Garratt


As you can see here, Luc Bernard’s Eternity’s Child is now available on Steam for the unignorable price of $4.49.

The arty 2D platformer is a contemporary fable on the dangers of global warming, and has Steam-only levels, apparently.

It’s Sunday. Buy it.



  1. disusedgenius

    Hummmmm… very pretty I’ll give it that but it does seem a little unpolished. The character doesn’t necessarily feel part of the environment a lot of the time – though that may have something to do with having to use a keyboard (you can use a pad, but I found the aiming a little odd).

    But sill, I’ve played a lot worse for a lot more! Plus it’s always nice to see a good ol’ 2D platformer in this day and age.

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