Merge Games today announced the imminent release of Delirium Studios’ surreal, point and click adventure game, The Rivers of Alice: Extended Version. The game was co-produced with Spanish, indie-rock group, vetusta morla who provided the inspiration for the game as well as the soundtrack, along with art by Ane Pikaza.
The Rivers of Alice: Extended Version will launch onto Steam and other digital stores priced $7.99, £5.59 or €7.99 on November 16th for PC and Mac.
The Rivers of Alice: Extended Version is described as a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment where the player will need to help Alice confront the fears of her everyday life like: sloth, envy, and dishonesty that manifest themselves in the form of mysterious characters and puzzles.
“A gentle game, The Rivers of Alice: Extended Version will see gamers enjoy experiencing the beautiful watercolor, ink and pencil-drawn images, as well feeling the emotion of the beautiful soundtrack (composed expressly for it by Spanish, indie-rock group, vetusta morla) wash over them.”
Here are the game’s key features:
Artfully crafted adventure – 700 main character animations, 177 conversations and 717 objects and characters in more than 1500 art-filled illustrations bring Alice’s universe to life.
Challenging Puzzles Await – Use your wits and converse with a mysterious cast of characters to find out what lies deep within Alice’s subconscious.
Vibrant Soundtrack – From the gentle guitar giving way to the opening scene, to the dreamy piano compositions throughout the game, vetusta morla’s 13 exclusive tracks fill every area of the game with intense emotion.
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