Nov 20, 2017 Last Updated 12:18 PM, Nov 20, 2017
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With Jason Godbey

Embark on a journey of discovery and inspiration in The Search - a story-driven puzzle-adventure set in a mysterious world where art comes to life!

In an unknown world, you'll search for clues about the nature of this place, as well as your own past. Guided only by the letters of a mysterious stranger, you'll find that this universe works differently from our own. It's a world in which obstacles can be overcome by your own creativity - and where art comes to life to create tears in the fabric of reality.

Who wrote the letters that guide you? What is the nature of this surreal, enchanted universe? And why were you chosen to take this journey?

Key features

- A short, story-driven puzzle-adventure

- Uncover clues and solve inventive puzzles

- Gorgeous 3D artwork and a haunting soundtrack

- Voice acting from Cissy Jones (Firewatch, Life Is Strange)

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