ZED, a completely surreal first-person walking-sim adventure released back in 2019 after a successful crowdfunding campaign. Sadly it seems it didn't do well overall.
Showing how tough the market is with many thousands of new games per year, plus the added craziness of COVID-19, Eagre Games announced in a new Kickstarter update how "Covid was a bad year for us - we closed down Eagre Games as contracts were withdrawn and ZED limps along with low sales and royalties" and that the last year was simply "devastating".
"ZED is the story of an aging artist, lost in regret and the haze of dementia. Inside the dreamscape of this creative mind come undone, players reassemble the artist's fragmented memories into a final, lasting legacy: a loving gift to his granddaughter."
See also: you can check out our previous release post and interview with Eagre Games over here.