Indie Adventure 'Richard and Alice' Announced
The game, from games journalists Lewis Denby and Ashton Raze, will be released for PC later this year.
LONDON, 4 APRIL 2012 - A new indie adventure created by two games journalists will hit Windows PC later in 2012.
Richard & Alice is set in a world of disorder resulting from unexpectedly extreme weather conditions. No government was prepared for the months of heavy snow, or the ceaseless droughts that rendered other parts of the globe a desert.
Players will primarily assume the role of Richard, an inmate of one of this world’s luxurious but overcrowded prisons. But in a series of flashback sequences, they’ll also step into the boots of Alice, a new arrival to Richard’s huge cell.
The story-focused adventure will see players exploring Alice’s mysterious past while they work out what’s really going on in the outside world.
Written and developed by Lewis Denby, and co-designed by Denby and Ashton Raze, Richard & Alice sees two games journalists and adventure fans team up to make the sort of point-and-click game they love playing: one where the puzzles provide pacing to the storytelling, rather than acting as a stubborn distraction.
The game, developed as part of Denby’s Gamethunks brand, will also feature character art from freelance game artist Kyra Hills, and an original soundtrack by Yonatan Luria.
For more information, visit www.gamethunks.net and www.richardandalice.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.