The guys of State of Play spent three years developing a unique game that is now considered by experts and gamers as a reference in terms of design. Why? For many reasons, but the most obvious ones have to do with its well-cared settings for which they built a hand-made 10-foot model city in which every object is made of paper and cardboard.
Different to any other game you may have played.
Paper, cardboard and glue to develop Lumino City
The result? A stunning puzzle adventure game prized with a BAFTA award for artistic achievement, in which we'll take on the role of Luimi, who has to embark on an epic adventure to search for his kidnapped grandad, throughout which he'll discover fascinating stories about his grandpa's secret life.
On his way, the main character of Lumino City will travel around this hand-made city, helping its dwellers in anything they may need, exploring the town together with its towers, caves and gardens, and solving all sorts of puzzles. A game that won't disappoint anyone who tries it out.