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The Elephant Collection Announced

A package of mammoth-sized proportions, Wonderful Elephant (jmtb02) and Armor Games Studios’ wild The Elephant Collection is making its way to Steam.

Featuring puzzle platformers, rapid-fire arcade games, and other genres, the 10 games in this collection are tied together with an overarching metanarrative.

We can’t quite explain it as well as the development team can on their Steam page; here’s what each game in the decology have to offer:

– This is the Only Level 1, 2, and 3: There’s only one level but the solution changes every time you beat it! Do you have what it takes to reach the end?
– Achievement Unlocked 1, 2, and 3: Think outside the box in a series dedicated to unlocking hundreds of achievements. (Good luck; there are a lot of them.) Note: Achievement Unlocked 2 does not contain a multiplayer experience.
Elephant Quest: That Wooly bully stole the Elephant’s bowler hat. RUDE! Fight through an expansive world, power up your elephant, and help your fellow elephants in fun side quests in order to stop Wooly once and for all! Oh, also, you have a laser.
– Obey! the Game: This rapid-fire microgame collection is simple, really: follow the instructions until the game tells you not to!
– Run, Elephant, Run: Escape from your world tour and go on a whirlwind international journey so you can spend time with your loving partner, who is also an elephant.
= Elephant Rave: Avoid the lasers! Challenge your understanding of elephants! BELIEVE

Still don’t get it? Be sure to watch the trailer below:

The Elephant Collection – Announcement Trailer

A release date has yet to be announced. In the meantime, all those interested can wishlist the game on Steam here.

[infobox style=’success’ static=’1′]Source: Steam, YouTube[/infobox]

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