Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Genre: Adventure
Publisher: Crunching Koalas
Developer: MoaCube
Release Date: Aug. 25, 2020

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'Cinders' (ALL) Comes To PS4 And Xbox One Next Week - Trailer

by Rainier on Aug. 17, 2020 @ 1:34 p.m. PDT

Cinders is a mature take on Cinderella that's all about meaningful choices and breaking the classic fairy tale trope.

Cinders is an interactive story unfolding before the players’ very eyes, shaped by their decisions and intuition, and heavily influenced by the familiar fairy tales of princesses in distress. In Cinders however, the protagonist doesn't need to be rescued or helped, as she is more than capable of taking matters into her own hands. The visual novel is supplied with captivating artwork and an original score that creates an immersive experience.

Cinders is a witty young woman living with an overbearing stepmother and her two daughters, as if she was reenacting a certain well-known fairy tale. But unlike its protagonist, Cinders is not afraid of taking fate into her own hands. Even if it means breaking the rules.

The game takes a look at four women and what made them who they are. It’s a story about freedom, dreams, sisterhood, and finding your own Happily Ever After that doesn’t always entirely align with the stale morals of classic fairytales.

With multiple endings, 120 decision points, and over 300 choices, Cinders gives you total control over the main character’s personality and how her story unfolds.

Key Features

  • A mature take on the classic fairytale story
  • Hand-drawn artwork and an original soundtrack
  • Meaningful and impactful choices
  • A strong and witty female protagonist.

Currently available for Nintendo Switch and PC (Steam), Cinders is coming to PS4 on August 25th and on Xbox One on August 26th.

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