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Gent, Belgium, 10 July 2008
Despite of appearances perhaps, Tale of Tales have been extremely active behind the scenes, working hard on the production of The Path, a short horror game inspired by Little Red Ridinghood. In order to no longer keep fans in the dark, a development journal has been opened where the team will report on the production on a regular basis.
Please visit http://Tale-of-Tales.com/ThePath/blog .
Soon, Tale of Tales will also start revealing the main characters in The Path. The six Red Girls. Who are they? What do they look like? How would it feel to play them?
Start being teased at http://Tale-of-Tales.com/ThePath .
Meanwhile, The Endless Forest community is thriving. With almost 30,000 registered players and a prolifically creative community website, it is time to celebrate! On July 15, Abiogenesis will be unleashed once again on the virtual forest, starting at 11 PM, Belgian time.
Or 2 PM, E3 time, if you wish. The live performance will be screened by the IndieCade at the E3 conference in Los Angeles.
Next to Abiogenesis, IndieCade will be showing The Graveyard, a short game about dying, and a big print on Canvas of a spectacular scene in The Endless Forest. E3 takes place from 15 to 17 July, 2008.
Tale of Tales is a independent games developer based in Belgium. Founded by media artists Auriea Harvey and Michael Samyn, Tale of Tales explore the artistic potential of computer games. Their multiplayer screensaver The Endless Forest and the recently released The Graveyard, have been welcomed with open arms by the games community as important steps towards the medium's maturity. Tale of Tales is currently developing The Path, a short horror game inspired by Little Red Ridinghood. The Path features music by Jarboe and animations by Laura Raines Smith. A demo for The Path was nominated by the Independent Games Festival. The Path is scheduled for release in early 2009.
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