I’m Lifeless, the endearing afterlife puzzler from builders Hole Ponds and Richard Hogg (who’ve beforehand labored on the likes of Hohokum and Wilmot’s Warehouse), might be making its solution to PC and Change on eighth October.
Revealed by the ever-reliable Annapurna Interactive, I’m Lifeless casts gamers as just lately deceased museum curator Morris Lupton, who, with assist from his equally lifeless canine Sparky, should save the tiny island of Shelmerston from volcanic destruction.
What follows is, as Eurogamer’s Christian Donlan found when he had an early glimpse at I’m Lifeless final month, a type of discover the thing sport constructed round investigating the island people’s reminiscences and utilizing Morris’ ghostly imaginative and prescient to look at the innards of objects round him.
“Alongside the best way,” says Annapurna Interactive on the sport’s newly launched Steam web page, “you’ll uncover many tales in regards to the historical past and folklore of Shelmerston, and its solid of curious inhabitants and guests: vacationer finches, the fishfolk, morlos, and the Legend of Aggi – the one who initially silenced the volcano…”
Christian was fairly taken with the entire thing after his temporary play time again in August, saying, “Even over the course of a half-hour demo, it raises attention-grabbing ideas in regards to the relationship between individuals and the stuff they personal and the stuff they depart of their wake.”
And in case your curiosity’s now sufficiently piqued, you possibly can decide up I’m Lifeless for round £15 on the subject of Change’s eShop, the Epic Retailer, and Steam on eighth October. Moreover, there’s at present 10% off till 15th October on Valve’s platform.