What do you get when you combine a book, a film and a game? We think you get a special kind of interactive story—a story you can play, a film you can touch, and a game you can read.
There is an ongoing discussion about the potential for digital games to produce high-quality literary experiences. Can digital games be literature? In 2015, Naomi Alderman wrote in The Guardian:
“Video games could be the greatest storytelling medium of our age – if only the worlds of art and technology would stop arguing and take notice.”
Fast forward to today, and we find art and technology are still arguing. We’re working to change that. In this first story game, we bring text and literature to digital games. Brother Lost is a noir story about a man who washes up on a beach, a woman who traces his footsteps, and the eternal puzzle of time.