Create Comic Strips & Reveal The Inner Nature Of Characters In Web-Based ‘Strip ‘Em All’ Psychological Game

San Francisco, July 8 th 2013: Swedish-based independent games developer ‘Athletic Design’ is proud to announce the worldwide release and availability of ‘Strip ‘Em All’, a highly unique and versatile psychological game, in which players create online comic strips and reveal the inner nature of its characters!

Avid readers and fans of comic strips often have a desire to change parts of a story or perhaps even the desire to completely edit and rearrange all of its strips! How about turning its hero into the villain and the villain into the hero, thus reversing the traditional roles, and creating an entirely new outcome of the original story with interesting and fascinating results! ‘Strip ‘Em All’ does all this, and a lot more!

Supported by the Culture Administration in the City of Lund, and featuring beautiful artwork by renowned Swedish comic artist Daniel Ahlgren, this highly unique and interactive point-and-click experience developed by Ola Hansson takes comic-creation to new levels. With its seven comics and intuitive tutorials, players are initially guided through the process of moving and changing the content of comic panels. From there, the real challenge begins as stories such as The Little Cynic, The Narcissist, The Egocentric, and The Self-Destructive offers increasingly complex storylines, but also great incentives, rewards and new mechanisms along the way. Ultimately, it is your objective to recreate each story to match what the developer originally had in mind.

‘Strip ‘Em All’ is a groundbreaking new concept in interactive gaming, best experienced first-hand. The game can be played directly from here:

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