by Imogen Donovan on May 12, 2020 No Comments Sai is like Hellblade meets Horizon: Zero Dawn, and its sales support environmental charities Posted in News Tagged in: news, Sai, Studio-Mutiny Sai is a third person action game set in an ancient Celtic forest invaded by machines, and 80 per cent of its profits are donated to charities fighting deforestation. The day has finally arrived! After a year of insanity, hard work, ups and downs, and unforgettable memories, we are so so proud to share #SAI with you all! We thank everyone who has stood by us. All our peers, friends, and family, you helped make this happen #gamedev #indiedev pic.twitter.com/rHnZOORYwx — Studio Mutiny (@StudioMutiny) May 8, 2020 It’s a little like Horizon Zero Dawn with a dash of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, in my opinion. The machines attacking the forest seek the Heart Tree, which generates the magic keeping the world alive. “Though its presence is now but a lost memory, the machines remain, determined to find this all powerful entity,” reads the description from Studio Mutiny. “As a Druid, protector of the natural world, you must explore this beautiful realm, harness the power that still lingers here, and uncover its dark past.” Nearly £300 for charity in 24 hours?!?!?! You guys are crazy amazing we can't wait to plant loads of trees #IndieGameDev #gamedev #videogames #indiegame #indie #charity #saivideogame — Studio Mutiny (@StudioMutiny) May 9, 2020 This is the developers debut game, and “as an eco-conscious indie games development studio,” the team seeks to “reawaken the love and respect for nature we are all capable of” in their work. Sai is available for PC through itch.io for a minimum donation of £5.00. Related Articles The Witcher 3 director departs CD Projekt SA following investigation into workplace bullying Gamescom 2021 switches to an all-digital format this August Back 4 Blood delves into its card system in newest trailer Returnal gets first major update today but developer advises turning off auto-updates if you’re mid-run Comments Comments are closed.