Indivisible is an action RPG platformer featuring stunning hand drawn art and animation combined with unique real-time combat mechanics.

Immerse yourself in a fantastical world with dozens of playable characters, a rich storytelling experience, gameplay that’s easy to learn but difficult to master, and the trademark razor-sharp quality that Lab Zero Games is known for!

Our story revolves around Ajna, a fearless girl with a rebellious streak. Raised by her father on the outskirts of their rural town, her life is thrown into chaos when her home is attacked, and a mysterious power awakens within her.

The game’s huge fantasy world, characters and aesthetic design are inspired by various cultures and mythologies. Throughout Ajna’s quest she’ll encounter many “Incarnations”: people whom she can absorb and manifest to fight alongside her.

There are many Incarnations to recruit, each with their own story and personality. By uniting people from faraway lands, Ajna will learn about herself, the world she inhabits, and most importantly, how to save it.
Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows 7 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i3-2100
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 560
Storage: 6 GB available space
Additional Notes: Photosensitivity warning disclaimer
Recommended Specifications
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Core i5-3470
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 670
Minimum Requirements
OS: Yosemite 10.10.4
Processor: Dual-core CPU
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GT 750M, OpenGL 3.3 Core
Storage: 6 GB available space
Additional Notes: Photosensitivity warning disclaimer
Minimum Requirements
OS: Ubuntu 18.04
Processor: Intel Core i3-2100
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 560, OpenGL 3.3 Core
Storage: 6 GB available space
Additional Notes: Photosensitivity warning disclaimer; 8GB of swap required with 8GB RAM;
  • Indivisible is a gorgeous game that beautifully blends genres to create an engaging, exciting experience. This is a pleasantly refreshing take on a much reproduced gaming formula.

  • This is one of the best indie games to come out this year. Lab Zero has already shown that they know how to make an amazing fighting game and now they have shown they know how to make an amazing platformer and RPG as well.

  • Indivisible is extraordinary. It’s a very focused game that cuts out a lot of the fluff in RPGs. There’s no skill trees, no crafting, no mundane ‘kill 10 of this monster’ type of stuff, no weapon or armor system, and not even money to spend things on. There’s one basic currency you collect to upgrade your attack or defense. I think this works in Indivisible’s favor in an era filled with games full of massive checklists, endless progress bars, and so forth. Lab Zero has an admirable vision of where it wanted to take Indivisible; it may be a streamlined experience, but it’s a damn good one.

  • Indivisible takes the best of RPGs and fighting games and mixes them with a world full of secrets to find and a healthy dose of platforming goodness. While it doesn’t reach its full potential in some areas, it’s still a great time throughout.

  • Indivisible manages to be something fresh and new, without ever getting too outside of the box. The mechanics feel familiar, as they are an exceptional blend of of metroidvania style exploration with RPG character progression. The combat harkens back to traditional RPG gameplay, but introduces new systems that really add a fun sense of strategy. Indivisible also hosts one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse rosters of playable characters I've ever seen.

  • Indivisible manages to merge 2D platforming, thrilling combat, and a thought-provoking story resulting in one of the most wildly creative RPGs of the year.

  • Indivisible may not have the most profound story ever or the most intricate RPG mechanics, but it's simply a blast to play from start to finish.

  • A beautiful experiment with brilliant mechanics and lovable characters, that falls short of exellence due to some naivety in the level design and the general progression.

  • Beautifully designed, Indivisible combines successfully platform mechanics and RPG combat. Story might be plain, but gameplay execution turned out great.

  • Although it has an underwhelming story and some pacing issues, Indivisible is a great game filled with memorable characters, gorgeous visuals, entertaining combat, and fun dialogue.

  • Indivisible is a fresh RPG hybrid with a lot of heart and new ideas. Its original combat is bolstered by a frankly brilliant variety of characters, and the high-quality animation welcomes you into its world. It’s not without its lulls and frustrating moments, but Lab Zero have a crowdfunded success on their hands here.

  • Indivisible is a good surprise. Mixing RPG elements with platforming, the game does everything well, even if it can be too demanding at times.

  • Indivisible was incredibly close to being the best indie RPG I've ever played. The first half of the game is exciting, engaging and does a fantastic job of meshing together fighting games, Metroidvanias, platformers and RPGs. Unfortunately, the second half only manages to nail the Metroidvania and platformer aspects. The strong presentation and likeable characters help carry it through the weaker second half, and it's still absolutely worth a shot if you're looking for a stylish RPG. Maybe some patches and rebalancing can help the weaker second half, but for the moment, Indivisible starts off strong and finishes weak.

  • Indivisible is a colorful and dynamicgame, full of nice and well done ideas; its mechanics are not revolutionary, but it can entertain for hours, without ever disappointing fans of the genre and those are waiting for its epublication for years.

  • Indivisible's inventive battle system brings the thrill of a fighting game to a JRPG-like party system but its platforming sections aren't as magical.

  • Any Metroidvania title’s bread and butter lies in how much fun it is to explore its environments, constantly unlocking new abilities along the way that make returning to old areas just as full of discoveries as the first time through. While the game certainly isn’t shy about doling out new abilities to maneuver around with, it’s the actual areas themselves that are just not much fun to poke around in, in some cases seeming to stretch out interminably with one lengthy platforming challenge after another. Expertly executed designs, visuals, voiceovers, and musical score still make Indivisible a great joy to behold, but its shortcomings do take away some of the triumph of actually playing it.

  • With planned updates and content already being worked on, it probably won't be long before Indivisible crosses over into greatness.

  • It stands out as an RPG that's doing something genuinely different, and it brings joy to its clever platforming with the tune of an infectious soundtrack. For all its faults, Indivisible has its heart in the right place.

  • Indivisible initially impresses with a tight package that visually stuns but after hours of repetition and ease, I’d rather take some time apart.

  • The first half of Indivisible is a somewhat fun romp, the second is pure disappointment.

  • It’s hard to truly dislike a game that tries to meld pre-existing ideas into something new, and this is true with Indivisible. However, it’s also hard to truly enjoy a game that doesn’t fully succeed in any of its key areas, and unfortunately this also applies to Indivisible.

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Title: Indivisible
Genre: Action, Indie, RPG
Released: 8 October 2019
Developer: Lab Zero Games
Publisher: 505 Games
  • Remote Play Together
  • Remote Play on Phone
  • Remote Play on Tablet
  • Single-player
  • Multi-player
  • Co-op
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Remote Play on TV
  • Shared/Split Screen
  • Full controller support
  • Shared/Split Screen Co-op
UI Audio Subs
Spanish - Spain
Simplified Chinese
Portuguese - Brazil
Traditional Chinese
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