• Register
Post news RSS Kim coming to Early Access in March!

Discover Rudyard Kipling’s India as the ragamuffin spy Kim in this procedural open world RPG.

Posted by on

Add Kim to your wishlist on its Steam page! Store.steampowered.com

Explore India at the time of the British Empire and meet characters from all of Rudyard Kipling's Indian stories. Hand-painted towns and procedurally generated countryside await you, brimming with opportunity! Complete objectives, collect items and garner favour with the spies of the secret service. Combat, stealth and branching narratives provide different challenges and strategies so you can tell your own versions of this wonderful adventure.

Kickstarter main characters v3

Kickstarter random npcs v3

Kickstarter a unique experience

We set out to make a game that lets you enjoy Nobel Prize winning writing and explore a fascinating setting, which still divides opinion over a century later. You play the hero, Kimball O’Hara, a street urchin from Lahore, but your destiny is in your hands. Will you seek Merit or succumb to violence? Choose your own path through the enormous open-world of 1880s India, no two playthroughs will be the same. You must live Kim's youth as best you can!

Kim PG   border

Kickstarter join us

Kim is ready to play and we are running a Kickstarter campaign to build a community of early players, who will help us shepherd the game through Early Access, full launch later in 2016 and beyond! By supporting us now, you will help pay for the game to be thoroughly tested by an external QA company so we can deliver the best experience possible on Windows and Mac with Linux to follow during Early Access.

Kickstarter maps v2

Kim combat 1

Kickstarter towns v3

Kim Train   border

Results screen bordered

Listen to the soundtrack on our Kickstarter page: Kickstarter.com

Post a comment
Sign in or join with:

Only registered members can share their thoughts. So come on! Join the community today (totally free - or sign in with your social account on the right) and join in the conversation.