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Iris.Fall reveal trailer uncovers a puzzle adventure game featuring striking visuals and a spellbinding theme of “light and shadow” 

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Zodiac Interactive, an up-and-coming Chinese video game independent publisher and award winning developer NEXT studio, announced today that the dark fairy tale adventure puzzle game Iris.Fall will be landing on Steam in November 2018.

In Iris.Fall, players are challenged with solving clever puzzles and uncover an intriguing story full of mystery and wonder. With “light and shadow” as a core concept, Iris.Fall takes players on a monochrome journey unlike any other.

Get a feel for Iris.Fall’s dark and atmospheric vibe in the reveal trailer below featuring a sample of the intricate shadow puzzling gameplay.

 

 

After awakening from a dream, Iris follows a black cat into a dilapidated theater, traveling back and forth through a strange labyrinth of light and shadow. As the story unfolds, Iris begins to realize that everything in this theater seems to have some kind of hidden connection to herself.

Iris.Fall is developed by NEXT Studio, creator of the multi-award winning puzzler Death Coming and published by Zodiac Interactive. The game will be released on Steam for PC in late 2018.

 

 

ABOUT ZODIAC INTERACTIVE
Based in Beijing and highly experienced in global software publishing, Zodiac Interactive serves as the gateway to China for western developers while also identifying and enabling exciting local studios to reach their potential overseas. Current titles include Candleman: The Complete Journey and Tales of the Neon Sea.

 

 

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