After more than twelve months of work, worries and a lack of weekends, we’re absolutely delighted to announce that Richard & Alice will be released on 21st February 2013.
Assuming there are no disasters between now and then, you’ll be able to get hold of our indie point-and-click adventure game – a mystery story set in a frozen tomorrow – from GOG.com, Desura and IndieCity, completely DRM-free, for just $5.99 (at the time of writing, that’s £3.81 for the UK types). We’ll also hopefully be chucking in some additional gubbins, like concept art and design notes and music and all that good stuff – more on that as and when it’s confirmed.
It’s been a long time coming. We started thinking about Richard & Alice in November 2011. And then we started trying to design and build it in January 2012. We entered full production in March of last year, and hit beta a little before Christmas. Now, as we head towards the end of January, we’re putting the finishing touches to the game – fixing the final few little bugs, tidying up the menus, and preparing for launch.
This has been a helluva ride, guys. Any journo-critic types are welcome to pester us on ahoy[at]denbyraze.com for a review copy. And for those who pitched in on IndieGoGo: don’t worry – fulfilling all your rewards is the next task on our list.
Not long now…
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