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Cinematic 2D puzzle-platformer Full Void is out now

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Set in a dystopian future, Full Void from OutOfTheBit Ltd is out now with Native Linux support. It's a cinematic 2D puzzle-platformer telling the story of a young teenager alone in a hostile world controlled by a rogue AI. Fight your way through puzzles and obstacles to uncover the story that surrounds this broken, run down society, where only children are still free. But for how long?

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From the developer: “After making fun arcade games such as Super Arcade Football and Super Arcade Racing, we really wanted to explore the puzzle platformer genre. With Full Void we wanted to tell a story and also convey a feeling to the player. It’s the feeling of helplessness and isolation many of us felt during the lockdowns of 2020 and 2021, and we tell this entire story without the use of words, except for a line of text on the very last screen of the game.”

The developers say that it should be suitable for most ages, as it has no gore or explicit violence as it was designed to provide a "thrilling atmosphere" above everything else that you can enjoy exploring and unravelling the story. Should work great on Steam Deck too which the developer teased in a brief video.

Game Features:

  • Environmental Storytelling;- Original, hand-drawn pixel art.
  • Interactive cut-scenes all hand drawn and animated.
  • Ability to hack machinery to solve puzzles.
  • Immersive and intense atmosphere.
  • Minimalistic sound design.
  • Compelling, Amiga MOD sounds.
  • Dynamic lighting.
  • Not too "retro-style" check points.

Available to buy on Steam.

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Pengling Jul 18, 2023
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This looks and feels like a game from another time, and I mean that in the best possible way - I'm very much reminded of the likes of Another World and Heart of Darkness, but modernised. Wishlisted.
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