Based in New York, New York
January 1, 2014
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Albert & Otto is a story about a boy and his magical bunny who journey together trying to save a lost loved one. They must work together to overcome the challenges and puzzles thrown their way. Essentially a cinematic 2D puzzle platformer with action elements the player is required use both Albert and Otto in creative ways to solve the challenges. At first Otto can fit through tight gaps, hold down pressure plates and power switches and Albert can shoot and jump while some skills such as the double jump are only available when Otto is in Albert’s bag. As the game progresses the player will unlock new skills such as Levitation and controlling electrical currents. Although Albert & Otto at first seems like a journey to save the damsel in distress, it is anything but and we soon learn that our hero Albert might just be hiding something from us, or rather, himself.
Albert & Otto is a story that I've been wanting to tell for some time now, as a filmmaker and designer I have always wanted to combine storytelling and design into an interactive format, my love of video games and the impact they had on my life growing up inspired me to create games of my own and tell my stories through this powerful and unique medium.
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- " I was stumped on more than one occasion during the 20-minute demo I played, and while the answer wasn’t always obvious, it was always very satisfying when you figured it out. "
- Aaron Morales, Entertainment Weekly
- "This is easily one of the best games I played at PAX and I cannot wait for this game to be released."
- Eric Chetkauskas, Operation Rainfall
- "Albert and Otto is a beautifully sinister puzzle platformer that’s destined for great things."
- Calum Fraser, Alpha Beta Gamer
- "I absolutely love it when all you do is see a game, and know you have to play it."
- Jacob Wood, Indie Hangover
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