Independent abstract logic game Dependant newest trailer released

Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 19 2010– Independent developer Fernando Ramallo from Buenos Aires has released a trailer for his upcoming title. "Dependant" is a Flash-based abstract logic game about relationships between connected parts of an image.

Tha game takes the player to rebuild a divided image by moving or rotating the parts, wich are interconnected in different ways and behaviors. Each level has a unique logic that the player must figure out in order to solve it in the least amount of moves.

The visual style of the game is an abstract relaxing theme, with generative particle-based backgrounds that flow constantly and generate beautiful images. The soundtrack accompanies the mood with atmospheric electronic beats that fade according to the player's actions.

The final game will feature 40 different levels and is due for release in early September 2010 for sponsorship.

Official Website:

http://compositeredfox.wordpress.com/dependant

Official Video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeOEzHBnklA&hd=1

Press Kit:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/64314/games/MirrorPuzzle/_press/0.5_presskit/dependant_presskit1.zip

Updated sites:

Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dependant-a-Flash-based-puzzle-game/111901505531277

Twitter: http://twitter.com/compositeredfox

Blog: http://compositeredfox.wordpress.com

About Fernando Ramallo:

Fernando Ramallo is an independent video game designer and developer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has a degree in Audiovisual Design and has worked commercialy in online, consoles and social games as a game designer for three years to then start his own independent studio.

About Leemus Music:

Leemus Music is a music production company based in Los Angeles, started by musicians Kingsley Hine and Dickon Maciver. They write original and atmospheric music for independent video games.


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