Sigono’s excellent OPUS series has seen two games hit iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch so far in the form of OPUS: The Day We Found Earth (Free) and OPUS: Rocket of Whispers (Free). Following those two, a new project was revealed in the form of OPUS: Echo of Starsong that follows a boy looking for a mysterious life force called RIVERS and a girl who lent him her voice. OPUS: Echo of Starsong is out now on PC platforms and it will come to iOS and Android later as reported by GameCast. This was revealed by Sigono in the response to a YouTube comment saying that the effort to release on mobile was too much to have it arrive with PC. Watch the OPUS: Echo of Starsong launch trailer below:
Everyone I know who enjoyed the first two OPUS games is playing OPUS: Echo of Starsong on PC. I’m going to be patient and hope for either an iOS or Nintendo Switch version soon. A console version is being discussed but no platforms have been revealed or hinted at yet. Until we get any more news about an iOS or Android release for OPUS: Echo of Starsong, check out the official website here for a few more screenshots. If you’d like to play the previous OPUS games, you can get OPUS: The Day We Found Earth and OPUS: Rocket of Whispers on iOS and Android on mobile and Nintendo Switch and PC. I liked both games enough to buy the physical release on Nintendo Switch and would definitely be up for one on Nintendo Switch for OPUS: Echo of Starsong. Have you played both OPUS games before?