First release from games journalism duo available now for $5.99
Indie adventure game Richard&Alice is now available via digital download portals, priced at just $5.99.
Created by former games journalist Lewis Denby and freelance writer Ashton Raze, Richard&Alice is a riveting mystery about family, desperation and the weather. It tells the story of two inmates in a curious future prison, and invites players to investigate the circumstances of their incarceration in a world where years of heavy snowfall have caused chaos around the globe.
It's Denby and Raze's first full-length game, and has already generated an excitable buzz in the media. Rock, Paper, Shotgun called it "a poignant, well-told tale," concluding: "If you're longing for a game that knows how to tell you a short story, this is it." Meanwhile, the game received a four-star rating on Digital Spy.
Richard&Alice is available now for Windows PC. Get it at GOG.com, Desura and IndieCity. A demo is also available from www.richardandalice.com