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Everhood - also known as Everhood: An ineffable Tale of the Inexpressible Divine Moments of Truth - is an indie game with role-playing aspects on top of its primary rhythmic bullet hell experience. A small team of developers named Jordi Roca, Chris Nordgren, and Foreign Gnomes developed this game using the Unity Engine.
The player takes control of Red, a reanimated wooden doll who is the story's main character. After getting its arm stolen by a gnome, red must battle his way to the thief to retrieve what belongs to him. During this journey, he finds many hurdles he must overcome before achieving his initial goal and finding relevance in more challenging tasks along the way.
The game uses a classical JRPG art style that we’ve seen make a return in games like Undertale, and its design is even loosely comparable to The Messenger. The battle system primarily runs using rhythm and music. It is essentially a bullet hell, meaning you win mostly by outlasting wave after wave of attacks that seem unfair until you get the hang of the reasonably adaptable patterns.
There are many NPCs to meet along your journey, and no two NPCs are alike. The battles look like Guitar Hero. However, players slide, jump and roll across the guitar neck-like surface as the enemy slings neon-colored attacks down towards the player-controlled avatar.
Everhood has a Metascore of 83 with a user score of 7.6. One user gave it a 10, saying that “this game is extremely good. It contains a good story, amazing characters, awesome music, and a good amount of secrets.” However, another user gave it a 0, saying it’s “underwritten, overlong, and without a single moment of adequate gameplay.” That review doesn’t match the consensus as most people believe this game was well made.
GameRant notes that The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor, PaRappa the Rapper, and Rez Infinite all share similar elements as Everhood.
Everhood was released on March 4, 2021, and you can play it on Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows. 20GB of storage is needed to download this game.