About a year ago or so, after some creative discussions around hot topics of privacy, security, politics, teens, and this incredible picture, Littleloud pitched us The Curfew, a futurenow political sci-fi adventure written by Kieron Gillen.
When they came in with the development idea, they'd already made this, to illustrate their thinking:
Fast forward through 9 months of build, and we're here: a glorious point-and-click adventure webgame (in the vein of our BAFTA-winning Bow Street Runner, also from Littleloud) where you, the player, have to figure out which of the characters you might like to trust with the data you're carrying. After all, getting shopped means no Citizenship, which means no life. Freedom is Slavery.
Well here's one way to guarantee that your thing gets Loved by crafty types! Talk about tapping into a zeitgeist. Love it.
Kirby's first console platform game since the Nintendo 64™ days
introduces an amazing new look based on animated yarn and a
world of cloth and textiles. The creative approach is woven
directly into the game play and allows the ever-morphing Kirby™
to take on a variety of new forms. It's a one-of-a-kind platformer
that lets players explore high and low for hidden objects and fun