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The Lion’s Song Full Series Now Available On Steam

The Lion’s Song sees its conclusion with fourth and final chapter “Closure”, full series now available on Steam
Lion's Song

Austrian indie studio Mipumi Games has released the fourth and final episode of The Lion’s Song, their episodic adventure series that explores brilliance and all of the struggles that come with it.

Titled Closure, the series finale of The Lion’s Song is set aboad a mysterious train ride. During the course of the journey,  the episode connects the events of the previous three episodes episodes, which dealt with the struggles of a trio of fictional artists and scientists set against the backdrops of the 20th century.

“Each of the first three episodes of The Lion’s Song featured its own little standalone adventure with a unique protagonist, characters and narrative. Our aim was to let players dive into a rich world of fascinating stories with very different endings, which encourages them to replay each episode and take alternate routes,” said Mipumi CEO Gregor Eigner. “For Episode 4 we’re taking a different approach, bringing the first three stories together in a way that we hope will offer players a satisfying conclusion to the path they have chosen.”

You can find the game’s full season launch trailer below:

If you’re interested in diving into the series for yourself, the Season Pass for The Lion’s Song, which includes all four episodes, is available on Steam for $9.99. Additionally, if you’d rather play the game on the go, you can find the  iOS and Android, the game will also be released as a premium title containing all four episodes for $4.99.

Will you be adding this adventure to your library? Sound off in the comments and let us know.

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