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White Night Interview: And Then The (1930’s Drenched) Darkness

They just don’t make them like White Night any more. If you’ve seen any trailer for OSome Studio’s suspense adventure, then the noir tones, stark black and white graphical scheme and mysterious atmosphere are more than enough hints that this isn’t your typical puzzle solving romp. And though it may not have been widely praised by critics, White Night still represents an effort from indie developers like OSome to take risks while paying homage to some of the classics of our industry.

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