- <*>Victorian steampunk game offers players a Christmas like no other*> <*>Festive content released includes an Echo Bazaar Christmas Card, the chance for players to give each other gifts and the arrival of the sinister Mr Sacks*> <*>Supported by the Facebook event A Fallen London Festivity*> <*>Recent praise from the Guardian and the New Yorker*> <*>The Escapist’s Best Browser Game 2009*>
Echo Bazaar has also massively extended the in-game social interactions possible, with players now able to gift game currency to other players, as well as releasing many merry hours worth of new content.
Echo Bazaar wishes all a Merry Christmas. Let nothing you dismay.
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Notes for editors
A little more about Failbetter Games:
A dangerous cadre of wild-eyed narrative engineers, Failbetter Games was founded a little over a year ago by Alexis Kennedy and Paul Arendt, to develop narrative driven social games and interactive digital storytelling. Their first game, Echo Bazaar is an awarding-winning handful of Lovecraftian Victoriana set in Fallen London, once the capital of the British Empire and now home to the Bazaar.
A sample of further reading:
“Best Browser Game of 2009”– the Escapist Awards
The Escapist interviews Alexis Kennedy and Paul Arendt
Respected interactive fiction commentator Emily Short on Echo Bazaar