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Embracelet is a puzzle adventure game set in Northern Norway - a unique coming of age story about love, loss, friendship and family - and a magical bracelet with mysterious powers!

EXPLORATION, PUZZLES AND AN EXCITING STORY IN A UNIQUE SETTING

Embracelet puts you in the role of Jesper, a Norwegian teenager who lives with his mom in the city.
One day he is handed an old bracelet by his Grandfather who grew up in a fishing community up north. This bracelet has powers - strange, mysterious powers!

Jesper is given the task to unravel the mystery behind the bracelet. Where does it come from? Who does it belong to? And why did his Grandfather leave the island and his old life behind?

- EXPLORE A BEAUTIFUL, NORTHERN NORWEGIAN ISLAND
- SOLVE PUZZLES USING THE MAGICAL BRACELET
- MAKE FRIENDS AND CHOICES THAT CAN AFFECT THE OUTCOME OF THE STORY

With its gentle difficulty level, intriguing story and beautiful soundtrack, Embracelet is a game for anyone looking for a wholesome, emotional adventure.

Embracelet is made by Mattis Folkestad, one man team behind the award-winning adventure game Milkmaid of the Milky Way.

What’s New

Version 1.0.564

Fixed an auto-save issue in one of the scenes.
Thanks for playing Embracelet!

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Birdy24eva ,

Im gonna start

With 4 stars, I'm still early in the game.. I hope. I've gotten the bracelet and went to do grandpa's bidding on the island. So far, it has a seemingly interesting story, beautiful graphics, a couple little puzzles so far..(but mostly clicking at the right time when you need to use the bracelet) it's an expensive game so I'm hoping for a loooong story/game at least..

Devs, good job so far, but I'd like suggest to have a way to change the point of view while running place to place. I got stuck a few times at the hole in the road, every time I try to turn around to leave, the game would turn me around and I had to watch the scene where he discovers there's a hole in the road all over again. I actually had to shut the whole game off and restart to leave that scene, & after the whale I had trouble getting back up the way I came, a change of perspective could be very helpful otherwise controls worked fine. Also, maybe a map?.. thanks looking forward to playing more

kiwi191 ,

Interesting game with frustrating controls

I enjoyed the adventure itself, but the joystick-style controls were ineffective on iphone 8 and it felt like it took forever to walk from place to place- it was hard to get the character to walk straight ahead. I would have preferred a different style of controls like ‘tap to walk’. The game is still worth buying though-pretty lengthy gameplay and unique story. This was similar to the game Oxenfree in a lot of ways, so anyone who liked that game would probably like this too.

Redrioja ,

Could easily be 5 stars, if ...

I love the game and the story so far.
But it‘s almost ruined by the awkward movement of the character and the stubborn camera.
Please rework the jostick, even better give us controller support too so I can play Embracelet on the big screen, where it belongs.
And use the upper half for camera movement by swiping please.

I hope you address this in a coming update, can‘t wait to give you 5 stars then.

UPDATE: Reduced to 1 star. Above still applies, but I won‘t waste any more time with these horrible, imprecise and simply not working controls. The only thing worse is the camera that NEVER looks the way I want it to.
You managed to make a good game totally unplayable. Fix this thing already and add controller support. Aren‘t you even embarrassed to sell something like that?

UPDATE II: Hi Mattis, I believe Controller Support would help, IF at the same time you make the character less jumpy. I really want to play the game, but right now it‘s way more frustrating than fun. Free camera would be optimal, if this is not possible, maybe you could make it more „intelligent“ for lack of a better word?

Developer Response ,

Sorry to hear you're having trouble with the controls. The game was never designed to have a freely moving camera, so I can't add it after the fact. I will look into controller support and see if that is possible, or perhaps a tap-to-walk option. Thanks for your feedback. Mattis, developer

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