Frostwood Interactive today announce that their latest title, Forgotten Fields, will debut on Steam and GOG on April 14th.
This follows their successful Kickstarter campaign that saw over £10,000 in funding and a demo release during the Steam Summer Festival in 2020, Forgotten Fields will take you on a journey back home prior to it being sold off to another family to rekindle memories for Sid, a struggling author with a creative block.
The developer, Frostwood Interactive, is made up of a single person - Armaan Sandhu. The studio was founded for the development of their first game, Rainswept, which released back in 2019 and that too supported Linux. Forgotten Fields takes inspiration from the warm coastal locales of Goa, India along with games like Life is Strange wrapped up in the same stylization as their previous title Rainswept.
Sandhu mentioned they've "always been a big fan of single player games that focus on storytelling, characters, and atmosphere and the goal with my own projects is to create cinematic works that hopefully move, affect and influence people emotionally". Additionally Sandhu said "I'm really excited to share a game world based off Goa, India with the rest of the world. I think it'll be a very new and unique experience, and I can't wait to see what players think of it!."