Bury me, my Love, a text based indie game has had two major bouts of good news. It has been announced that the phone game will be playable at Gamescom 2017 this year.
Bury me, my Love is a game based in reality. You will play Nour, a young Syrian woman, seeking refuge in Europe. In doing so, you leave behind Majd, her husband. The game has you communicating through a messaging app, talking and getting advice from Majd. Drawing inspiration from real life refuge situations, it’s sure to be an eye-opening experience.
Also announced is that the game has received a publishing deal with Playdius. If they sound familiar, they also published ‘A Normal Lost Phone’, so it looks to be another great, very personal indie game.
In a statement, Francis Ingrand, Playdius’s CEO had this to say on it:
“We are proud to work with The Pixel Hunt. The heart-warming relationship of the characters enclosed in a simple, yet beautifully designed game make of Bury me, my Love a wonderful experience”.
Bury me, my Love is set for release some time in September 2017. It will release for iOS and Android. Keep up with the offical website here.