Planet of Lana is Now Available

Available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC, and Game Pass, the puzzle platformer sees Lana on a quest to save her sister.

Posted By | On 23rd, May. 2023

Planet of Lana

After initially being announced at E3 2021 and suffering multiple delays, Wishfully’s cinematic puzzle platformer Planet of Lana is out now on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC. It’s also available on Game Pass. Check out the launch trailer below.

Planet of Lana takes place in Novo and follows the titular protagonist, Lana. After her sister and fellow villagers are kidnapped by invading machines, she embarks on a journey to find them. She meets a cute creature named Mui, and together, the two cooperate to bypass obstacles, outsmart the machines with stealth and cunning, and learn more about Novo.

With gorgeous hand-painted visuals, excellent pacing and compelling exploration, Planet of Lana is worth checking out (read more in our review). Of course, the game’s launch isn’t the end, as the developer confirmed that rebindable controls and additional accessibility options were coming “as soon as possible.” In the meantime, bug fixes will go live later this week, so stay tuned.


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