Headspun is a British indie game hoping to continue the FMV revival

His story.

Imagine a grown up version of Pixar's Inside Out where what you see through the human brain's view-screen is a throwback to video game FMVs.

That's the pitch for Headspun, an adventure game set within the human brain with FMV elements showing the outside world.

Headspun is the creation of Superstring, a new British microstudio based in London. Its live-action sequences - which depict the main character waking from a coma and trying to get back to normality - were filmed in a working hospice in Surrey.

Here's how it looks:

And that's it - for now. Headspun is due to release later this year for Steam, where you can wishlist it already.

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