Boston based indie game studio, Ape Law is making their debut with their new first person horror adventure game, Albino Lullaby, which they have launched a crowd funding campaign via Kickstarter to help with the early marketing campaigns for the game. PC users will be surrounded by a dark and fun subterranean world, where the horror adventure game will say goodbye to the cutscenes and extensive text trees, and say hello to the ability to explore and go through various puzzles that will help uncover a twisted mystery in an interactive world.
Ape Law was founded by Justin Pappas, in order to have adventure games become the next generation with the team that was formed that would help make that happen. Those who are on the team have worked on developing games from the studios, WB Games, Irrational, Harmonix, Hasbro, and Torn Banner. “Ape Law’s mission is to build great games that feature more story and depth,” said, Justin Pappas, Founder and Creative Director at Ape Law. “Albino Lullaby delivers on this promise with an immersive, detailed story that players unveil through interacting with the environment around them. We plan to deliver episodic content each quarter beginning this Fall.”
Albino Lullaby has set a goal of $25,000 and currently is over $2,000, with an end date of the campaign being September 20th. Players will experience the powers of Unreal Engine 4, which continues to help create an even bigger imagination through ‘its impressionist art style.’ Ape Law is hoping to take players to a new space of mind and immersion with the use of the Oculus Rift.
Watch the announcement trailer for Albino Lullaby, below:
Features you will see in Albino Lullaby, includes the following:
- The Next Gen Of Adventure Games – More story and less cutscenes.
- Interactive Immersive World – Dynamic world transforms around you.
- Layered Story – Deep background of characters and events.
- Different Play Styles – Sneak and gung ho!
- Episodic Releases – Pay as you go or get a season pass.
- UE4 – One of the first released indie games built on the Unreal Engine 4.
- Rift Ready – Built from ground up to play great on the Oculus Rift.