This Open-World Game Lets You Solve Mysteries As A Gang Of Cats
Cat lovers from all over the world rejoice, developer Eric Blumrich is about to deliver you a treat. He is working on Peace Island, a video game which revolves around a group of felines going on adventures and solving mysteries together. If you ever wanted to see the world from a cat’s perspective, this game is your best chance to do so!
The game is set on the beautiful island of Maine, completely free of humans. Apparently, all of the people have disappeared and it’s up to cats to decide whether to bring them back or not.
In this open-world game, a group of nine cats has all the liberty to explore their surroundings. The game ditches the traditional-combat game style and instead focuses on discovery and exploration.
As a player, you’ll have the opportunity to experience the diverse and rich storyline through the perspective of house cats.
The game will feature 4 distinct communities, detailed interiors, realistic weather, day-night cycles, and interactive surroundings.
The characters of the game are 9 cats who will have to work together throughout the game.
Their names are Boy, Gary, Calinaigh, Anin, Girl, Zack, Ronan, Sushi, and Elizabeth. Each of the felines has its own unique personality traits and a specific set of skills.
The game is currently in development for Mac, PC and Oculus VR systems.
Since Blumrich started the Kickstarter for this game, it has been backed by 345 people and raised $13,098 bringing this game one giant step closer to reality.
Watch the game Kickstarter video below