Developer Wakefield Interactive and publisher Whitethorn Digital have announced that puzzle adventure title Where the Bees Make Honey is set to launch this March.
The title is headed to PC, Xbox One and PS4 and will be priced at $9.99 USD, or your regional equivalent. Where the Bees Make Honey's PC version will be available both through Steam and Kartridge, Kongregate's storefront.
Where the Bees Make Honey focuses on a story where Sunny, the protagonist, is reflecting on moments from her childhood. "The game is capturing that grace period in a childhood where playing dress up was larger than life and changed the environments around you. ", a press release reads.
When it comes to gameplay, the title employs perspective shifts. When Sunny looks back on the past as an adult, events unfold from a first-person perspective. Otherwise, as a little girl, the launch trailer, which you'll find below, shows the camera taking different perspectives, from third-person and isometric to that of a side-scroller.
Just like its perspectives, the title promises gameplay that "varies considerably between seasons, vignettes, and moments". You can find more information on Where the Bees Make Honey by paying its Steam Page a visit.