Factsheet

Developer:
Jacob Honda
Based in Yamaguchi, Japan

Release date:
14 February, 2019

Platforms:
iOS App Store
Google Play

Website:
cduck.info/presskit/sheet.php?p=the_anthurium

Regular Price:

FREE(Contains ads)

Description

Escape Game "the Anthurium" You are trapped in an old house. There are various gimmicks and hidden items that someone set up in the house, so you can't easily escape from there. Explore the whole of the house, get clues and useful items, and unlock all gimmicks to escape.

History

This game was planned by Makoto Nishizaki as a sequel to the previous work "a blue perfume bottle" around the spring of 2018.

Features

  • Outstanding graphics with a sense of ruins
  • Stunning camera work
  • Many unique and quirky items
  • A number of strange furnishings that stir up the freaky feeling.
  • Some shocking facts that gradually become apparent
  • 3 tracks of original music recorded for this game

Videos

the Anthurium - Game Promotion Video YouTube


Images

download all screenshots & photos as .zip (2MB)
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download logo files as .zip (911KB)
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About Jacob Honda

Boilerplate
Jacob Honda is a small indie game development team based in Yamaguchi,Japan.The members of the team are Makoto Nishizaki and Mellisa Kato. Actually, there was another member but he left the team last year, leaving a memo saying "Dude,Mexico is calling me!" Iain,if you are alive send us a message via Twitter. Anyway,we are mainly developing games for smartphones and tablets, and have released 4 games on Google Play and 2 games on App Store so far.

More information
More information on Jacob Honda, our logo & relevant media are available here.


the Anthurium Credits

Makoto Nishizaki
Game Design, Programmer

Mellisa-Sakura Kato
Game Design, Artist

Iain Thomas
Translation

Contact

Inquiries
cduck256@gmail.com

Twitter Makoto Nishizaki
twitter.com/NishizakiMakoto

Twitter Mellisa-Sakura Kato
twitter.com/mellisakato

Web
cduck.info


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