Factsheet

Developer:
Robot Gentleman
Based in Poznań, Poland

Release date:
TBA (when it's done!)

Platforms:
Major desktop & console platforms

Website:
straygame.com

Regular Price:
-

Description

For a dog lost in unfamiliar wilderness the road may be long, and the journey harsh. But what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, and strength is what you need to get home. But where is home? Once a pet, now a Stray, you embark on the most dramatic adventure of a dog's life. Wandering through the untamed world, you will encounter the darkness and light that dwells within. Facing the wilderness will only be possible with all of your animal senses and instincts. Any howl can be your last and one step too many can turn you into prey. But the only way to go back is to push forward. Uncover the touching story of the Stray and get home.

History

Stray will be published on major desktop and console platforms. The release date is not set yet - we will publish Stray when it's done and we're happy with the game's final shape. Stray is the second title from Robot Gentleman, the independent games studio behind 60 Seconds!. For this unique project robots are collaborating with the award-winning Polish cinematographer Kacper Fertacz, whose recent film projects include The Last Family, Red captain and Hardkor Disko.

Features

  • Take part in Stray's adventure in this beautifully crafted single player cinematic platformer
  • Experience the dramatic story of Stray's way back home
  • Become the Stray and use your keen dog senses and animal instincts to survive your journey
  • Discover the wonders and horrors that await you in the wilderness of beast and man

Videos

Stray - Reveal Teaser YouTube


Images

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About Robot Gentleman

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Robot Gentleman is the independent games developer behind the highly acclaimed dark comedy atomic adventure 60 Seconds!. We are a creative ensemble, composed of veterans of the games and films industry, having worked on such games as the award winning Fable and Witcher series, and renowned films including Lars von Trier’s Melancholia and European Space Agency’s Ambition. Following the success of 60 Seconds!, Robot Gentlemen aims to continue developing captivating games with unconventional stories, while also supporting our local indie community in the city of Poznan, Poland.

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