Anticipated indie puzzler Antichamber coming to Steam this month
Award-winning indie puzzler being released after four years in development.
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Highly-acclaimed indie puzzler Antichamber will be heading to Steam on January 31, sole developer Alexander Bruce has announced.
Dubbed a "mind-bending psychological exploration game" by its creator, Antichamber has scooped up multiple awards, including the technical excellence gong from last year's Independent Games Festival. A price for the game has yet to be announced.
Antichamber is notable for its striking visual style, mixing bright, luminescent colours with a white background and head-scratching architecture - the game is designed to make players recall the brain-boggling graphics of M.C. Escher.
Antichamber was originally titled Hazard: The Journey of Life and started its four-year development in 2009, and was the seventh game to receive funding from Indie Fund. The other games to receive numeration from the fund are Monaco, Faraway, The Swapper, Q.U.B.E., Dear Esther, and The Splatters.
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