Arzette released on February 14th, 2024.

Windows PC via Steam as well as Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4/PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series S/X consoles.

Arzette is available for purchase now!

There was a physical edition available for a limited time via the game's publisher, Limited Run Games. It is no longer available for purchase.

$19.99 USD. 

Seedy Eye Software, a development company formed by Seth "Dopply" Fulkerson. Artwork, voiceover, animation, additional design, production and more were provided by a team of talented contributors.

Limited Run Games, known for their excellent, high-quality physical edition products as well as the world-class “Carbon Engine”, responsible for preserving games of yesteryear for modern audiences. They also have a penchant for putting out unique games that nobody expects; hence, they are the perfect partner for Arzette.

Arzette is proudly built in GameMaker.

No, the digital release will be available on digital platforms as long as those platforms exist.

Yes! Jeffrey Rath and Bonniejean Wilbur, voice actors from those games, return to provide new voiceover. Additionally, Rob Dunlavey returns to lend his artistic talents to the game.

The first design document was written in December 2020. Production started a little later than that, so approximately three years.

Of course. There are many secrets and unlockables to be found!

Arzette is the only playable character in the game.

Yes! In addition to English, there is an interface and subtitle translation in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, and Norwegian. Voiceovers remain English-only.

It plays like classic action adventure games of yore. Design partner John Linneman described it as “Monster World”-like…some have noted similarities to Shantae, which also has Monster World-like gameplay. We strove to make a very good game that fits into the mold the games Arzette is inspired by, while attempting to smooth over the missteps of those games.

Absolutely not. While there are a couple of fun nods to the games Arzette is inspired by, we wanted to make a new interactive animated adventure…one that is free from cynicism and self-awareness, just like the legacy games.

Yes, and we love and appreciate all of them. We're very flattered.