Etherborn is an exploration platformer set in a strange and exotic world where the laws of physics behave in a completely different way than in ours. The main character experiences gravity in a direction perpendicular to the surface she’s standing on, allowing endless exploration possibilities in beautifully crafted environments.
Last week we had the pleasure of being part of gamescom 2018. And the best part was that we had two separate booths - one as part of the official Indie Arena Booth line-up and part of the ICEX Games from Spain booth. We had hundreds of people play our game on the showfloor, along with press, influencers, and other devs as well. Getting live feedback and comments was really useful, and seeing our fans in real life was an absolute blast - thank you!
Below are some photos from the show floor.
Next up on our itinerary - South Korea, and the Busan Indie Games Festival in September. It blows our minds that people on the other side of the world will get to play our game - fingers crossed they will like it.
This week, we also have a little treat. We received the English voice recordings from Natalie Winter - our voice artist that will appear in Etherborn. Hearing her saying those lines makes us feel that the project is becoming alive as days go on. It really is exhilarating and frightening at the same time - it’s a buzz that’s really hard to describe. Below is a little sample from what you’ll see and hear in the game - let us know what you think!
Anyway, that’s it from us for today. We will be making some new announcements really soon, so please stay tuned. And as always, follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook for all your day to day updates. Plus, we have our own Discord server as well.
Until next time,
Michal | Altered Matter Team
With our Fig campaign slowly coming to an end, we are showing a new gameplay video with commentary.
A little "blast from the past" post showing how far Etherborn has come.
We are now 50% funded in our first open week! Also, check what the press has said about us in these new previews, and see a Let's Play video from one...
Our gravity-shifting puzzler is looking to raise $30,000 on Fig.co. To mark the occasion, we released a new trailer.
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