Hiversaires

Hiversaires is a point-n-click, or "escape" type game created for adventurers who remember games where you had to draw maps to find your way out of a cave. The dark world of Hiversaires features an original Aliceffekt soundtrack to lure you through its entangled corridors.

You can read more details about the project on The Verge, Killscreen and on IndieStatik. The game reached 250'000 downloads as of june 1st 2013, and was ranked one of the Top 10 Android apps of 2013 by Pocketgamer. The game is released and available for mobile in selected app stores and ported onto Android by Sven Bergstrom.

Textless adventure

Hiversaires is the first part in a series of textless games, that also includes the isometric adventure Oquonie. While the game has no text, there is an underlying story that can read about in the Hiversaires Corridoors. The official poster is a collaboration with Gabriel Verdon. You can follow the development of the games on Facebook.

Hiversaires includes an original Aliceffekt soundtrack to be released on Bandcamp around the same time. The game was best described as "Hard".

The game is now available on the iTunes AppStore. Follow the discussion on Twitter.

Updated on Jul 21, 2013Read 3315 times

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