After four and a half years in development, Lucas Pope's highly-anticipated Papers, Please follow-up - Return of the Obra Dinn - is ready to release.
Papers, Please developer Lucas Pope has released a new playable demo for his upcoming first-person adventure game Return of the Obra Dinn.
Papers Please developer Lucas Pope has quietly launched a playable demo for his next PC project, Return of the Obra Dinn.
A first-person adventure wrapped in a nautical mystery story, the title uses retro, dot matrix-style graphics to tell its tale.
Set in 1808, the game tells the story of a merchant ship - the Obra Dinn - which was thought to be lost at sea some six years earlier.
Lucas Pope, the creator of border control hit Papers, Please, has announced his next game: Return of the Obra Dinn.
It's a 3D, first-person mystery game set on an East Indian merchant ship in 1808, with an art style inspired by old Mac games.
Here's the setup, as outlined by Pope, on the TIGForums: