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Submitted by lightwarrior179 640d ago | interview

Indie Spotlight: “Fran Bow” — Developer Interview & Demo Impressions |iLLGaming

iLLGaming writer Ansh writes:

"Killmondaygames’ Natalia and Isak make a fitting couple. Their love for storytelling brought them together, initially as film-makers until their frustrations with what they described as “the elite superiors who suppress your creativity” and they chose to abandon the film career in favour of another medium, one that is more familiar to all of us — games.
Their first major effort, Fran Bow, a creepy point and click adventure featuring a depressed 10-year old protagonist and her hallucinations as she deals with escaping from a mental institution to find out the truth behind her parents’ murder. A rather unique premise for a point-and-click adventure, Fran Bow has been put up on IndieGoGo and Steam Greenlight for crowdfunding their ideas and their passion in creating this rather dark yet exciting game.
What’s uniquely impressive about this duo is that unlike countless developers who have pitched their ideas on Kickstarter, IndieGoGo and other similar platforms, they have actually made efforts to make a working demo to give potential backers a brief taste of the idea" (PC, Steam)

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