[dropcap]I[/dropcap] really enjoy Tim Schafer’s work, and just about everything that’s ever had the Double Fine logo on it has been pretty great. Last Life has a “Double Fine Presents” logo on it, but Double Fine is very minimally involved in the creation of this episodic sci-fi noir title. Double Fine simply has a massive amount of faith in this title, and judging by the looks of things, the folks over at Rocket Science are giving old T.S. a good reason to.
Last Life is a modern point-and-click adventure game following a 3D printed detective as he tries to solve his own murder – the murder of the man he was 3D printed from. Minimalist visuals, smooth and moody music, and witty dialogue make the gameplay video of this everything a gameplay demo should be, and you should check it out to get a better idea of what I’m talking about. Gameplay will consist of talking to people, searching for clues, and persuasion – through whatever means work best and are necessary. You even get to drink DNA-enhanced beer and break robots.
If you have any interest in point-and-click adventure games, noir, minimalist art, or Tim Schafer’s opinion, go on over to Kickstarter and check out Last Life’s gameplay, music, art, and more info on this episodic sci-fi noir epic. Considering that Double Fine’s logo is on this, it’s less of a “go help these guys out” and more of a “quick, get the sweet rewards before it’s too late”, but every pledge helps bring more episodes, because the $75,000 initial goal is only meant to fund Episode 1. That’s Last Life, created by Rocket Science Amusements and endorsed by Tim Shafer.
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