Enter into the hidden world of time-travel, global catastrophe and personal triumph of the award-winning adventure on PC and Mac
Swiss independent game developer IF Games today announce Perils of Man, the award-winning adventure game series co-created by ex-LucasArts’ designer Bill Tiller, for Windows PC and Mac. The desktop versions are set for release via Steam on 28th April, 2015, and will entail the complete time-traveling adventure spanning 7 chapters.
Initially a sponsored project, setting the grounds for a remarkable high-quality production, Perils of Man found its way back to its indie creators who are now working with experienced game developer Vertigo Games (Adam’s Venture, World of Diving, Skyworld) to expand the enthralling universe of time traveling protagonist Ana beyond the iOS platform for a wider audience to enjoy on PC and Mac.
“After tremendous feedback from players and press in 2014 and by popular request, we decided to develop a desktop version of Perils of Man. With the help of our friends at Vertigo Games, who completed the critical last phase of development, we are now in the position to launch the PC and Mac versions as well as the full iOS version. We are grateful for the support and understanding that our community has shown us these past months.” said Mike Huber of IF Games.
The Steam release will entail the complete Perils of Man series, spanning 7 chapters of haunting adventure on PC and Mac with support for Steam Cloud and built-in Steam Achievements, for $9,99 / €9,99 / £9,99.
Co-created by celebrated game designers ex-LucasArts’ Bill Tiller and 1954: Alcratraz’ Gene Mocsy, Perils of Man reboots the beloved classic adventure genre with a refreshing blend of 3rd/1st person gameplay, striking 3D animations, challenging puzzles and a captivating story that catapults players into a hidden world of time-travel, global catastrophe and personal triumph.
The desktop versions of Perils of Man are currently in development by Vertigo Games and are set for release via Steam on April 28th, 2015.
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