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Runs on Linux
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HTC Vive Support
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Windows Mixed Reality Support

Released | Developed by | Published by KBros Games
Single Player Single Player
Multi-Player
Cross-Platform Multiplayer
Co-Op
Local Co-Op
Downloadable Content
In-App Purchases
Partial Controller Support
Full Controller Support Full Controller Support
Achievements Achievements
Steam Trading Cards Steam Trading Cards
VR Support
Steam Workshop
Cloud Saves Cloud Saves
Stats
Valve Anti-Cheat Enabled
Steam Leaderboards
Includes Level Editor
Commentary Available
Captions Available
Action
Adventure
Fighting
Hidden Object
Horror
Family Friendly
Platformer Platformer
Puzzle Puzzle
Racing
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Strategy
Antivirus and Security
Animation & Modeling
Audio Production
Languages
Photo Editing
Reference
Typing
Video Editing
Video Production
Utilities
Educational
Game Development
Design and Illustration
Business and Office
Operating System
Includes Soundtrack
Includes Manual
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In this first instalment “The Adventure Begins” the player is thrown headfirst into a haunting world set in 1939 Germany in search of a mysterious girl with bunny ears.

Clues as to who she is and what happened to her are scattered throughout the game in the form of drawings left in post boxes and shards that the player must piece together.



However the player is not alone on this adventure, help comes in the form of the girl’s magical bunny, Otto.

The player must use both Albert and Otto in creative ways to traverse a haunting world. At the beginning of the story, Albert can shoot and jump, while Otto can fit through tight gaps and hold down power switches. But together, they unlock new skills such as a double jump, levitation, control of electrical currents, and more as the story unfolds.
  • Unique mechanic utilizing a little bunny which the player can carry around or leave and/or remotely control in order to solve puzzles
  • A story that is inspired by dark events buried in our history and isn't spoon fed to the player but spans across 3 episodes and is told through a child's drawings and clues scattered throughout the game that force the player to think outside the box.
  • Levitate sheep, use them as platforms to swim on, a torch to light a dark cave or as a distraction for wolves while you make a quick escape. (if your stomach can handle it)
  • 2.5 - 3 hours of unique puzzles that utilize a bunny, levitation, electrical switches, wolves, piranhas and more.
  • Experience a mix of slow paced thought provoking puzzle design and fast unforgiving gauntlet sections.
  • Come face to face with intimidating larger than life mechanical monsters and outsmart them.

“Combining a compelling plot and setting with what I consider to be a fantastic art style, Albert & Otto is promising to be one of my most anticipated titles so far this year”
IndieGames

“This atmospheric 2D platformer about a little boy and his magical bunny takes some aesthetic cues from indie hit Limbo but offers its own clever spin on physics-based puzzles.”
Entertainment Weekly

“K Bros Games has finally awakened the [2D puzzle platform] genre from its dormant state with their first game, Albert & Otto. I would genuinely consider this to be a no-brainer purchase.”
Se7enSins

Windows

  • OS: Windows 8 / 7 
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz CPU (Dual Core recommended) 
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM 
  • Graphics: ATi Radeon HD 2400 or NVIDIA GeForce 7600 or better 
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c 
  • Storage: 1 GB available space 
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible 
  • Additional Notes: Although old machines will run the game they may cause considerable lag making progression through the game extremely difficult.

Mac OS X

  • OS: OS X version Lion 10.7, or later.
  • Processor: Intel Mac
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600M or better / ATi Radeon 2400 or better*
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Although old machines will run the game they may cause considerable lag making progression through the game extremely difficult.

1. Go to http://store.steampowered.com/ and download the STEAM client.

2. Click "Install Steam Now"

 
3. Launch Steam and login to your account (create one if you havn't already).
 
4. Then go to 'Games' and click 'Activate a Product on Steam'.

5. Enter the key that we sent you in the email. 

5. Congratulations the game has now been added to your account and can be installed/launched from your games library. 

 If you're still struggling to find where to redeem the key please watch the following video.