Factsheet

Developer
Naraven Games

Lausanne, Switzerland

Release date

31st of May 2019

 

Platforms

Windows / MacOS

 

Steam page

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1049400/Answer_Knot/

Website

https://www.naravengames.com

Regular Price

Free

Description

A short interactive story about Zach, June and a strange phenomenon. During her journey home from work, June leaves Zach voice messages about why she’s running late. You’re Zach and, stuck in the living room, you will have to do everything to keep hearing those messages.

What can be happening out there?

History

More than fifteen different people where involved in the making of Answer Knot. Why I hear you ask, because we had no clue how to do things at the time. 

Answer Knot can be considered more of a school project that a business one. Not that we attended any school to make it, let's say we were our own students and teachers. 

Taxonomy & Features

  • First person interactive story

  • 3D point & click

  • 45 minutes of playtime

  • Walking simulator with light puzzles

  • Cinematic atmosphere with music, pretty lighting, voice-over

Videos

Trailer

Images

Logo & Icon

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Awards & Recognition

Selected Articles

Additional Links

About Naraven

Naraven is (now) a tiny independent studio of 3 people based in Switzerland. (At the time of Answer Knot, it wasn't. It was just friends with free time trying to make a first game. Maybe you don't want to write that down in your paper).

Coming from the film industry for 2/3 of us, we shifted to making games as telling stories is our passion, but telling interactive stories has become our life goal. 

Naraven Credits

Julia Jeanneret

Writing, design, PM

Adriana de Pesters

Programmation

 

Anthony Benyair

Graphic design

Maxime Raymond 

Cinematography

Maud Laedermann

Voice acting

Gregory Terlikowski

Music

And many more that helped !

Contact

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