LionRoar, a growing team of very enthusiastic and passionate creators dedicated to delivering a wonderful gaming experience.
Our Kickstarter launched on March 29 th and we have since then earned the “Projects We Love” badge from the Kickstarter team along with a large amount of praise from our community on Steam and Twitter.
Fringe Theory spawned from the desire to create a game that had a deep and immersive story, wonderful survival gameplay, and beautiful graphics. As a team we want to build a game that doesn’t shy away from serious issues. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is something a couple of our team members have had direct encounters with. Men and Women everyday struggle to keep their nightmarish memories out of their heads and we want to exemplify that through our story. But why make a game? Because they are immersive, they trigger multiple senses in the brain and really bring the story to life in front of your eyes. So instead of just surviving by collecting your basic needs, the player will also be addressing the characters mental health. As night falls morale drops, but success in finding a new location or simply lighting a fire will immediately increase morale. All of this exploration will be aided by the beautiful art style created by our team. We hope you’ll join us on this journey, it’s going to be a plethora of fun.
Main Key Features:
- Platforms: PC, XBOX, PS4
- The Morale System. Not only will you have to keep the character alive, but you also must maintain their mental health. Low Morale will have serious consequences.
- Little to no handholding. You will have the ability to find all the resources you need to solve every puzzle in the game. Just sometimes you may have to think outside the box a bit
- Dynamic weather, wildlife, and time of day. All of these factors will have an impact on the overall
Although LionRoar Games is quite young, the history of it’s team extends much further into the past. The team started as a group of friends who really enjoyed playing and talking about games together. We would play ever local co-op game we could get out hands on, and one day just off the cuff someone mentioned how cool it would be to make our own game. Over a year later two of those friends Christian and Stephan decided to pull the trigger and together launched LionRoar, and thus began the journey to Fringe Theory.