• Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
  • Embers of Mirrim: Screen zum Spiel Embers of Mirrim.
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  • Plattform: PC Veröffentlicht: 23.05.2017
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Über das Spiel

Eine Urkraft schweißt zwei Kreaturen, die unterschiedlicher nicht sein könnten, zu einem vielseitigen Mischwesen zusammen, das den Frieden und das Gleichgewicht in der Welt wiederherstellen soll. Dieses neue Wesen verfügt nicht nur über die Fähigkeiten beider Verbündeten, es kann sich auch in Licht- und Schatten-Ember aufteilen, die mit den Sticks unabhängig voneinander gesteuert werden können. Dadurch wird ein intuitives und zeitloses Abenteuer in atemberaubenden Landschaften geschaffen.

  • Ein stilvoller Charakter mit einer gespaltenen Persönlichkeit: Mirrim hat die Fähigkeit, sich aufzuteilen und zwei Formen gleichzeitig anzunehmen: die so genannten Ember. Licht- und Schatten-Ember werden vollkommen unabhängig voneinander mittels der linken und rechten Sticks gesteuert und bieten so neue Wege, Rätsel zu lösen, Hindernisse zu überwinden und sich in der Welt fortzubewegen.
  • Abwechslungsreiches Gameplay: Es gilt, die innovative Stick-Steuerung in einem klassischen Jump ’n’ Run zu meistern, die Welt so anzupassen, dass faszinierende Rätsel gelöst werden können und sich dem Kampf gegen gigantische Bösewichte zu stellen oder vor tödlichen Gefahren davonzulaufen.
  • Rette die Welt vor der Verderbnis: Nutze deine Macht, um deinen geliebten Planeten vor der Quelle des Bösen zu beschützen, die alles um sich herum infiziert. Befreie deine Freunde und stelle das Gleichgewicht der Welt mit Hilfe eurer vereinten Kräfte wieder her.
  • Entdecke eine außergewöhnliche Welt: Die Abenteuer von Mirrim entführen dich in ein farbenprächtiges Universum voller tauender Berge, alternder Wälder und abgelegener Einöden und lassen dich eine Vielzahl an Geheimnissen aufdecken, die sich in einer atemberaubend gestalteten Welt verbergen.


  • CPU: Intel i3
  • GFX: GeForce NVIDIA GTX 750
  • RAM: 4 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 7 | 64-bit OS
  • HD: 2 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • DX: Version 10
  • LANG: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Spanisch
  • CPU: ntel i5
  • GFX: GeForce GTX 1060
  • RAM: 8 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 10 | 64-bit OS
  • HD: 2 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • DX: Version 10
  • LANG: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Spanisch

Steam Nutzer-Reviews

163 Produkte im Account
15 Reviews
885 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.07.17 18:58
Wow,was für ein cooles Spiel.
Ich bin immer auf der Suche nach einem guten Jump n run,das nicht allzu kindlich daherkommt und Embers of Mirrim ist genau meine Art von Spiel.Etwas erinnert es an Ori and the Blind Forest,aber das kann ja nur positiv sein.
Man spielt Mirrim,ein Wesen das auserwählt wurde seine Welt vor der Verderbniss zu retten.Das besondere ist,Mirrim kann sich in Licht und Schatten teilen um Hindernisse zu überwinden.Die Steuerung geht nur mit Controller und hat einen stark ansteigenden Schwierigkeitsgrad.Unfair wird es aber nie und die Motivation zum weiterspielen ist immer da.
So erlebt man eine schöne Geschichte von zwei verschiedenen Spezies,die sich zusammentun um ihre Welt zu retten.

Vielen Dank Creative Bytes für dieses tolle Spiel.
3924 Produkte im Account
67 Reviews
689 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.01.22 22:01
A bit rough at times, but you get use to it and plays quite nicely. Hitboxes are a bit larger then I think they should be as well. I found a couple bugs during the playthrough and have contacted the developers about it, but was able to beat the game without any real trouble. Played on Hard mode, even though there's no achievement for beating it on this mode.

Completionist Review:
Rating: Medium, has collectables and secrets to find.
Can be completed in one run: Yes
Chapter Select: Yes, with clear indications on which levels need to be replayed, and order of items missing. Selecting chapters doesn't overwrite previous saves.
80 Produkte im Account
5 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.09.18 20:26
No Controller support. I won't buy a third seperate controller especially to play this game, come on!

You can't configure the controls. Everything is set. There's also no keyboard support and aparrently, my two Dual Axis controllers are too exotic for this game, which uses 6 buttons and two axis to play it. Windows recognizes both controllers, but the game doesn't react.

You can't skip the sequences.

I had to quit the game using the task manager because it's a masterpiece of UI and UX Design <3

Refund it is.
188 Produkte im Account
81 Reviews
629 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.05.18 10:31
I love love love this game!
Its difficult at times, but it has a nice learning curve. Also, when you die, you start right on or very close to the same spot which means, you don't have to run through half a level to get to the same point.
I don't understand why this game isn't talked more about, its wonderful and unique.

The controls are very smooth, the music is fitting and the generel feel of this game is amazing.
I would highly recommend this game to anyone - Also at full price!
836 Produkte im Account
17 Reviews
105 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.06.17 23:17
What’s up with all these awesome indie games coming out of nowhere? Embers of Mirrim may just be one of the best platformers I’ve played this decade and before last week I had never even heard of it. While I hate to describe a game by using other games I will quickly throw it out there that this is a unique blending of Ori, Brothers, Entwined, and Ikaruga. If you have played any or all of these games then you’ll have a point of reference as I try to clumsily describe this masterpiece with my inadequate words.

When Embers of Mirrim begins we find ourselves in this giant cavern as packs of dark and light cat-like creatures called Mirrim assemble before a god-like being who looks a lot like Grumpy Cat with deer antlers. After a mystical ceremony complete with visions the creatures split in opposite directions. As you take control of the dark Mirrim you start running to the left – a jarring experience for platformer veterans who are used to always going to the right- and you can revel in the graceful animations and silky framerate as you run, jump, and ground-pound your way through a level full of cliffs and raging white water that is clearly designed to get you comfortable with the controls. Soon, you will take control of the white Mirrim, and this time you are running to the right, enjoying the same mobility as well as an extended jump with a glide mechanic that will prove useful almost immediately.

After these solo levels the Mirrim will fuse together into a single creature, not only enjoying the abilities of both but also able to split apart into Embers, disembodied spheres of green and purple energy that can float for short periods of time before reassembling. This is where the fun and the real game kicks off. You can only stay in ember form for a few seconds, but there are glowing orbs that will reset that timer and also color-coded energy meshes where you can remain in ember form indefinitely. All of these elements as well as a neutral orange mesh where you can only exist in Mirrim form all combine to create an ever-increasing set of environmental and navigational platform puzzles that will put your multi-tasking skills to the ultimate test.

For those who played Brothers and are familiar with controlling two independent “characters” simultaneously with twin analog sticks, you already have a head start on the mental discipline required to play this game. Embers of Mirrim does a fantastic job of easing you into the increasing challenge of the binary puzzle designs. At first you must simply pass through colored wall meshes or traverse large gaps by using sequences of green and purple orbs to keep your ember form active until you reach the opposite side. But all too soon you’ll find yourself going through mazes where you must keep your embers within a certain proximity while simultaneously navigate different maze corridor patterns for each color. If you get too far apart or your ember time runs out you reassemble at the start of the puzzle and try again.

The level of creativity is borderline genius. Early on you are running across a giant waterfall and these huge hollow tree trunks start spilling over the falls forcing you to go into ember mode and slip through these color coded patterns of orbs and meshes; basically standing in place but moving side to side as the tree passes falls around you. And it only gets more brilliant from there. There are even secret areas with constellation-like patterns that must be revealed by moving your sticks in equal and opposite patterns. Given the nature of the game design and the near constant demand of dual controls, a gamepad is required.

The game keeps gradually adding in more demanding use of your binary skills, forcing you to sprint, jump, then quickly shift to ember form, pass through an energy field then glide to a leaf then quickly leap from it before it curls up only to pass through colored orbs in ember form and quickly return to Mirrim form before you touch the orange mesh protecting the final ledge. Fail any portion of that and you do it all again. There is a potential for frustration, but the game seems to ramp the difficulty with your natural adaptation of the necessary skills to complete any given puzzle with one, two, or three attempts.

The brilliant game design is made even better thanks to some gorgeous visuals that keep getting better and more original with each new level. The camera moves in close one second then pulls out to where your Mirrim is a mere speck the next, providing an epic sense of scale. Textures are richly detailed and the colors are exquisite and the framerate never faltered, even at 4K resolution on my 1080ti card. Complementing the visuals is an outstanding score that provides an energetic and adventurous theme throughout the entire game and some nice environmental sound effects.

Embers of Mirrim is easily one of the most inspired platformers I’ve played on PC or console since Brothers back in 2013. While that was primarily an adventure game it is refreshing to see just how well this twin-stick mechanic can be integrated into an energetic platformer complete with mind-bending puzzles, thrilling boss fights, and white-knuckle escape sequences. If you are ready to split your brain and try to control two characters at once then you definitely don’t want to miss Embers of Mirrim. It’s a platformer like no other.
469 Produkte im Account
73 Reviews
221 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.06.17 16:30
I will say this right off the bat: If you are into puzzle platformers that require skilled hand eye coordination and quick thought reflexes, then this is the game for you! Also, you must own an XBox compatable controller to play this game. And now, into the thick of it...

Being in my mid 30's I found certain parts of this game to be extremely frustrating, mainly because of the hand-eye coordination required in moving 2 different objects in opposite patterns at the same time. Regardless of that, I had an extremely fun time trying to overcome the challenges presented in each area. Be it running from growing vines, a giant worm out of a Dune novel, or a crazy insect that insta-gibs as soon as it sees you move: Embers was able to continuously present new challenges and puzzles without making them seem stale and overused.

On the down side, because there are no spoken dialog, you have to infer the story as it progresses along by watching the cut scenes and interactions between the cat/bat & cat/squirrel hybrids. If my knuckles had not started to hurt after the 3hr mark, I would have continued streaming this game until completion.

Well worth my time playing and well worth the price! I recieved my key for free, but would consider this $20 well spent!
879 Produkte im Account
2 Reviews
382 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.05.17 16:00
I've been craving a linear platformer and this really scratched the itch. While I enjoy metroidvanias, I feel like I 've been inundated with them of late and I wanted something a little simpler and straightforward, like the NES platformers of yesteryear.

Embers of Mirrim is a very polished puzzle platformer with heavy emphasis on platforming and navigating between sections and light emphasis on puzzle elements. The splitting mechanic adds variety, and the game continues to introduce other small elements to keep the game fresh throughout.

The graphics are very gorgeous; the game's aesthetic is a little like Ori and the Blind Forest (but again, whereas that is a metroid clone, this is a linear platformer). Definitely recommend this game to anyone who wants a solid platforming experience with some unique elements.
460 Produkte im Account
1 Reviews
508 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.05.17 23:52
Platforming is not usually my favorite form of gaming but I have to admit I got hooked playing this. I was a little confused plot-wise by the short prologue (allthough it looks gorgeous) but once the gameplay began I was in. The mechanics work well and the art direction and music are very good.
143 Produkte im Account
1 Reviews
3543 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.05.17 03:40
This is, hands down, the most fun I've ever had playing a platformer. The controls are crisp, the mechanics are unique and well thought-out, it's visually attractive, and the music is great. The single biggest complaint I have about this game is that it's too short. I finished it in about 5 hours. I would love to have seen the kinds of puzzles they could have put in a longer game.

The difficulty curve isn't bad. It's hard enough to be satisfying, but doesn't get hard so fast that it's frustrating. There is one puzzle that uses a mechanic that isn't used anywhere else in the game, and it can be difficult to figure out what the game wants you to do, but other than that, the mechanics have good clarity and the puzzles are fairly intuitive.

Overall, this is a wonderful platforming experience that offers a unique take on the genre and I strongly recommend it to anyone that has any interest in platformers. I'd love to see potential expansion on this idea, as the game really left me wanting more.
404 Produkte im Account
13 Reviews
205 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.05.17 23:35
As an avid Film Junk fan, I had to pick the game up in support of Dirty Frank. Like Frank, I won't let my fandom impact my review. So let's dive in.

What I like

+ The splitting mechanic is interesting and different.
+ The few songs there are on the soundtrack are pretty good
+ Game runs like a dream for me (no problems so far)
+ Controls work fairly well

What I didn't like

- Game feels short (Having finished it in around 3 hours, I can safely say it is)
- Environments are pretty bland and there is no real reason for exploration
- Story is meh (characters don't emote really at all)
- Playing for a long period of time can make hands cramp (have to hold down triggers and use both joysticks a lot)
- $$$, game seems slightly overpriced, especially given alternative options like Hollow Knight, Owlboy, Ori, Rayman, etc.
- Camera: At times the camera moves to fit everything on screen which can make seeing your character tough.
- The last 3rd of the game is pretty badly designed.

Overall, pick up this game if you've already hit all the staples of platformers out there. There's enough here to have some fun with, but the game features a ton of drawbacks. Overall I wasn't blown away.

1871 Produkte im Account
52 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
215 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.05.17 23:29
I reviewed this for Two Credits. You can find the full review, the score I gave it, and some cool screenshots from my time playing here: http://twocredits.co/review/embers-of-mirrim/

Key points:
- Generally good graphics.
- Movement when platforming doesn't feel great.
- Story is poorly explained.
- Each individual section of the game goes on for far too long.
- Individual sections of the game often reuse the same elements far too much with little variation.
- Each time a new mechanic is introduced, it forces you to use said mechanic over and over as if drilling said mechanic into your head.
- Truly great moments with challenges that feel rewarding to complete are few and far between.
- My entire playthrough took only three and a half hours.
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Release:23.05.2017 Genre: 2D-Plattformer Entwickler: Creative Bytes Studios Vertrieb:keine Infos Engine:keine Infos Kopierschutz:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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