Ready to get your virtual hands dirty and craft colorful clay creations? Claybook — the whimsical clay-manipulating physics-based puzzle adventure from Ubisoft – RedLynx veterans, Second Order — comes to the Nintendo Switch on March 12, 2019!
To celebrate the impending release, developer Second Order today released a new trailer that showcases just how many wild and wonderful ways you can create and transform worlds in Claybook.
Designed by team members behind the Trials series, Claybook will have you carving, balancing, and strategically maneuvering through imaginative putty puzzles. Claybook’s fully dynamic and transformable environment is only part of the fun, as the game also invites you to stretch your creative muscles and form your own pliable playgrounds for sharing to others across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4! The Claybook editor gives you all the tools you need to bring your clayscape directly from your imagination to the screen!
In Claybook, you can choose from over 50 available in-game shapes and give your custom clay stages some oomph with gameplay mechanics that spawn possessable shapes and new objectives. Fill your world with solid clay or fluid-filled obstacles while creating cause and effect triggers to amp up the challenge. Whether you choose to mold puzzles that will stump even the most skilled players, or simply want to let your imagination run wild in sandbox mode, the possibilities are endless!
Claybook puts you in the role of an imaginative child who brings their creativity to life through the magic of the Claybook — a stage for all manner of moldable and magical creations. Utilizing innovative, custom “Clayfield” technology that creates true-to-life volumetric clay visuals and physics, Claybook challenges players to solve brain-bending puzzles, create and share moldable landscapes, and uncover the squishy possibilities of this limitless clayground.
Claybook will be available for Nintendo Switch starting March 12, 2019, for North America, Europe, Russia, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. The game is currently available for Windows PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One and features full cross-platform access to community-generated content.