Indie Developer Colorgrave Reveals Curse Crackers: For Whom the Belle Toils

After their debut game Prodigal made the rounds in late 2020, developer Colorgrave just revealed their next project—Curse Crackers: For Whom the Belle Toils. Slated to release in November of this year, it stars Belle and Chime as they attempt to retrieve Belle's boyfriend from her nefarious rival, Bonnie.

Indie Developer Colorgrave Reveals Curse Crackers: For Whom the Belle Toils Cover

Those looking for a delightful, goofy portal to the past may have something to look forward to. Developer Colorgrave, responsible for last year’s Prodigal, has revealed a teaser trailer for Curse Crackers: For Whom the Belle Toils, their sophomore project.

A retro-inspired 2D platformer, it visually encapsulates the era of the GameBoy. The game stars Belle and her “lovable pet of questionable origins” Chime as they attempt to rescue Belle’s boyfriend from the clutches of the nefarious Bonnie. If that wasn’t enough, Bonnie is a necromancer, using her magic to curse the land to cover her tracks.

Sneak Peak Trailer! Curse Crackers : For Whom the Belle Toils

Curse Crackers is currently slated to release in November, later this year. Players can wishlist the game on Steam as of today.

Colorgrave is a company based in Dallas, Texas, with work in the gaming industry dating back to 2014. While Prodigal was their debut game under the name “Colorgrave,” their prior work also includes The BoX and Xenocite Clad, under the company name White Clover, Inc. Xenocite Clad, specifically, is currently undergoing active development.

To keep up to date with Colorgrave and their work, you can find them on Twitter, YouTube, and Twitch. You can also join their official Discord server and visit their official website for further information.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>