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Frostwood Interactive, the developer behind the murder mystery adventure Rainswept, in association with Dino Digital, Mumbai based independent game studio, has been working hard on their next title, Forgotten Fields – A narrative adventure featuring deep characters, an emotional story, and a warm, atmospheric game world.

Forgotten Fields follows the story of Sid, a writer currently struggling for inspiration but desperate for his next book grant. What makes Sid’s creative block all the worse is the deadline for the grant is today – a Sunday!

Sid’s creative struggles are amplified when he’s invited by his mother to a small party at his childhood home. This is the final time he’ll visit the house he grew up in before it’s sold, but that doesn’t make Sid any more interested in the event he feels obliged to attend. Join Sid as he reluctantly journeys back home, meets friends, and relives old memories in this game about nostalgia, creativity, and the passage of time.

Following a tightly written narrative, players will get the chance to play through sections of Sid’s half-baked book idea as he experiences sudden bursts of inspiration, and even make some key decisions that affect the outcome of both stories.

Forgotten Fields is featured as a part of the Steam Summer Festival and will have a playable demo between Tuesday 16 June and Sunday 22 June on their Steam page.

Running alongside the Steam Summer Festival is a Kickstarter campaign for the game. This campaign offers players a selection of several rewards, including the chance to grab a copy of Rainswept, the developer’s first title. The Kickstarter campaign will go live on Monday 15th June.

Currently, Forgotten Fields is planned for a release towards the end of this year, initially releasing on PC via Steam.

Read our interview with Armaan Sandhu, the sole developer in Frostwood here.


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