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Albino Lullaby’s Kickstarter Goal is Achieved

Albino Lullaby’s Kickstarter Goal is Achieved

The first-person episodic horror-adventure from indie developer Ape Law has also received The Boston FIG’s Epic Epic Award


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Albino Lullaby is Accepted into Boston FIG Showcase – September 8, 2014

After winning the Epic Epic Award for best world and narrative at the Boston Festival of Indie Games, Ape Law has announced that Albino Lullaby has successfully funded its Kickstarter Campaign.

In the episodic Albino Lullaby, you’ll make your way through a dark, subterranean world as it twists and contorts around you in real time. You will experience an equally twisted narrative.

Unreal Engine 4 will take you into environments that etch their way into your imagination through the game’s impressionist art style. Further, Albino Lullaby‘s compatibility with Oculus Rift promises to transport players to a new plane of perception and immersion.

The first episode of Albino Lullaby is due out early in 2015 for PC. Release of PSN and Xbox versions are TBD.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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