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Indigo 7: Quest for Love offers multiplayer puzzling on consoles

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If you have a current console, you can enjoy this coming-of-age puzzle game today.

Indigo 7: Quest for Love is available now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, publisher Dolores Entertainment announced today. Regularly priced at $14.99 USD, the game is currently available at a 20% discount on the Nintendo eShop.

The star of Indigo 7, a young lad named Nathan, travels with his band to a sunny city with hopes of forgetting about a harsh breakup. There, Nathan meets a girl named Debbie and becomes involved in a battle of bands with his friends and some new acquaintances, all on the way to (hopefully) a happy ending.

The game's key features include:

  • Remember the best times of your teen years through an exciting comic-style story where music and love are the best medicine for a broken heart.

  • Master the art of puzzle-solving in the Campaign Mode by overcoming 32 challenges with different color and time-related rules that will drive you crazy.

  • Enjoy the game on your own in single-player, or play against your friends in local co-op or versus modes.

  • Customize the difficulty by choosing the number of colors on the board, and the available time to conquer it.

  • Unlock up to 11 playable characters after finishing their corresponding chapters of the story. All of them are fully voiced by a cast of professional actors, well-known from other famous series (Dorohedoro, Hazbin Hotel) and videogames (Persona 5: Royal, Genshin Impact, Disgaea, Pokemon Masters, Cloudpunk).

  • Feel the thrill of battle thanks to Indigo 7's official broadcaster's live comments!
As many as four players can enjoy unique local co-op modes, or you can go it alone against the game's AI. A summer of music and love in a gorgeous new environment? That doesn't sound half bad, does it?


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Staff article by Jason Venter (July 08, 2021)

Jason Venter has been playing games for 30 years, since discovering the Apple IIe version of Mario Bros. in his elementary school days. Now he writes about them, here at HonestGamers and also at other sites that agree to pay him for his words.

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