Kotaku sets off on a magical journey of self-discovery in their review of A Space for the Unbound, a coming-of-age pixel art adventure from developer Mojiken Studio and publishers Chorus Worldwide and Toge Productions.

A Space for the Unbound is a slice-of-life adventure game with beautiful pixel art set in the late 90s rural Indonesia that tells a story about overcoming anxiety, depression, and the relationship between a boy and a girl with supernatural powers.

Follow two high school sweethearts, Atma and Raya, on a journey of self-discovery at the end of their high school years. When a mysteriously supernatural power is suddenly unleashed threatening their existence, they must explore and investigate their town to uncover hidden secrets, face the end of the world, and perhaps learn more about each other.

A Space for the Unbound is available now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Steam. You can read Kotaku’s review here. To keep up with A Space for the Unbound, follow @MojikenStudio, @togeproductions, and @ChorusWorldwide on Twitter.