Pixel art horror adventure on Kickstarter releases a new
Kickstarter project The Last Door offers the player a horror adventure game created with an unusual mix of pixel art and orchestral music. A new twist on the classic adventure genre using an episodic formula specially designed for the web.
A new playable teaser has been released to be played for free at www.TheLastDoor.com. A short experience to convey players the mood of the game and a start point for the plot. A mysterious letter from an old friend asking for help reveals that something horrible might be happening in a South England town during the late 19th century.
“Amazing job! Simply loved it!!!”, is what a backer said about the teaser; other said the project has a “a charm mystery”. Also music has gained a lot of player’s attention, so a new pledge tier was created offering the game soundtrack as a reward.
The pixel art style is designed to make players use their imagination to create their own detailed vision. “Big pixels allow us to use iconic representations of concepts and ideas already present in horror mythology and feels more like reading a classic horror novel” says Enrique Cabeza, art director of The Last Door.
The project at kickstarter ( http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1042570429/the-last-door-episodic-horror-adventure) has already reached 50% of its funding goal in the first 9 days of the campaign. People can back the project until December 21st to have the opportunity to get early access to all future chapters or even to become a game character.
About The Last Door
Kickstarter project started its funding on November 21st and will end on December 21st.
The Last Door site: www.TheLastDoor.com
About The Game Kitchen
The Game Kitchen is a game development studio, founded in 2009 and based in Seville, Spain. It has developed games for mobile market, web and on demand for advertising, education, social media and TV. Fully going independent in the last months creating personal projects.