Developer Slow Bros’ “handmade” area experience Harold Halibut has actually offered its handmade sets and claymation-style characters another beautiful airing in a new story trailer.
Harold Halibut is part stop-motion motion picture, part narrative-driven experience, and informs the story of the titular Harold – a young laboratory assistant required to live his life onboard on a city sized spaceship immersed below an alien ocean, 250 years after it ran away Earth to protect the mankind.
“While the majority of the ship’s residents have actually reconciled themselves to a life lived aboard the sunken ship,” describes Slow Bros, “[lead scientist Jeanne Mareaux] still works relentlessly to discover a method for the ship to leave the world and discover a brand-new, clothes dryer house.
“But obviously the strange, fantastic and varied individuals of the Fedora keep Harold hectic too. Until one eventful encounter plunges Harold into a brand-new world that no one might have thought existed – and one that might hold the secret to Mareaux’s re-launch strategies.”
Harold Halibut has really been around for rather a long time, having actually at first been exposed back in 2016. Its long pregnancy isn’t all that unexpected though, offered the large quantity of work associated with bringing its handmade world to life – a process that sees elaborate real-world sets and designs integrated with motion-capture animation within Unity. The results, as you’d anticipate, look spectacular, as appears in the video game’s newly unveiled trailer.
There’s still no tip of a release date for Harold Halibut beyond a naturally non-committal “coming soonish”, however interested celebrations can remain abreast of its continuing advancement by means of Steam and Slow Bros’ website.