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  The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature - Explore a story of darkness and light in a beautiful narrative adventure coming October 31 on Windows PC and Mac
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

New ARTE Title Invites Players to Write their Own Chapter of Mary Shelley’s Classic Novel in a  Breathtaking Watercolor World that Evolves with Personal Choices 

Paris -  October 10, 2019  Publisher and co-producer ARTE alongside indie game studio La Belle Games are happy to reveal the release date for their story driven adventure game The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature. On October 31st, the game will be released on Steam for Windows PC and Mac, and coming soon to mobile platforms in November. In addition, ARTE is bringing the Nintendo Switch™ system version of the adventure in Q1 2020/

 

The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature goes back to the roots of Mary Shelley’s legendary novel, Frankenstein, and invites players to discover a being quite different from the pop culture icon: Starring a creature born neither good nor evil traveling through Europe in a search to find its origins and to learn about humanity. This journey is emotional and challenging for both the creature and the player as beauty and kindness are often followed by darkness, fear and hate. 

 

Depending on the decisions made by the player, the landscape and the soundtrack evolve throughout the game. The handcrafted watercolor environments, three years in the making, change from light and colorful to dark and moody, underlining the emotional atmosphere of the game. 

 

“We wanted to bring the iconic scenes of the novel to life in The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature, seeing every level as an evolving painting inspired by the romantic era,” says Cédric Bache, Producer at La Belle Games, a small indie studio based in Paris. “The book isn’t about the monster that we know from popular culture, but about what it means to be human. When a child’s soul is part of an adult body, and that child doesn’t understand the way the world works.”

 

Players can now add The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s creature to their Steam wishlist. To learn more about the game, please visit the official website and follow the game on Twitter.

About ARTE

Created in 1992, ARTE is a public service European culture channel and digital network with a focus on creation and innovation. In the last decade, ARTE has co-produced a number of major interactive works, including the games Type:Rider, Vectronom, Vandals, Homo Machina and Bury me, my Love.

www.arte.tv/videogames, Twitter (Arte France) and Twitter (Arte Interactif).

About La Belle Games

La Belle Games want to create games that are not just about entertainment. With ARTE, they're working on The Wanderer: Frankenstein's Creature, a free adaptation of Mary Shelley’s gothic classic. The team at La Belle Games also runs original gamejams where developers join forces with artists or journalists.