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The Lady

The Lady

The Lady is a 2D Surreal Puzzle/Adventure game, featuring hand drawn character art, photographic backgrounds, stop-motion themed animation, and a hauntingly abrasive atmospheric soundtrack.

The game is a short and surrealist emotional journey that takes The Lady through a series of fever dream hallucinations, while being at odds with her own sanity and inner

struggles. She encounters multiple versions of herself throughout the game, unsure of which versions to trust.

The Gameplay Mechanics are inspired by classic SNES and Turbo Grafx16 type games. The game is displayed in a “waist up” cinematic style, for a more personal experience. Gameplay features side-scrolling exploration, very simple puzzle solving, and arcade-style battles, and plays in letterbox full screen HD.

“The Lady” is currently in milestone and we will be and running an IndieGoGo campaign in January, with a goal of releasing on PC only, in mid-late Summer of 2014.

Steam Greenlight: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=196941858&searchtext=the+lady
Dev Blog: http://www.mprart.net/the-lady-dev-blog/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MPRart
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheLadyGame
Website: http://www.mprart.net/the-lady/
Publisher: http://www.mprart.net/
IndieDB: http://www.indiedb.com/games/the-lady

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