Artifex Mundi's latest beautiful game, My Brother Rabbit, is now set for release along with Linux support on September 21st. Their games always have some amazing art and this latest title certainly continues that tradition.
About the game:
A loving family discovers that their daughter has fallen ill. While her parents set out to get her the treatment she needs, her determined older brother turns to the power of imagination to help them cope. While the outside world offers a harsh reality, these innocent children create a surreal fantasy world that gives them the play and comfort they need. Embark on a grand journey to five different lands filled with incredible robo-moose, floating baobabs, giant mushrooms, and clocks melting to the rhythm of passing time.
“We feel that players will form a bond with the children in My Brother Rabbit because of their enduring spirit,” said Tomasz Grudziński, CEO at Artifex Mundi. “Though this story begins with a tragedy, these children always hope for a brighter future.”
For the musical score, they're working with Arkadiusz Reikowski, who worked on Observer, Layers of Fear, SEVEN The Days Long Gone and plenty more so I expect the music to be great.
Follow it and wishlist if that's your thing on Steam.