By Drew D. / June 10th, 2019
Norway based developers Krillbite has previewed its upcoming adventure, Mosaic, during the PC Gamer show at E3. Little is currently known about this game other than it potentially explores the growing epidemic of the “always on” or ‘always connected” mentality that society continues to take. It may also delve into the mental and emotional consequences of such a lifestyle, depicted my the muted color palette, the exaggerated, pixel-like depictions of a nameless character’s head, and the allusion to said character swimming and trying to resurface. Due to release later in 2019, this is an excerpt from Krillbite’s website:
Mosaic is a game about urban isolation and the dread of being a piece in a giant machinery you can’t understand. For our protagonist in Mosaic, one day his mundane life changes completely when strange things starts happening, and no day will be the same after. Published by Raw Fury. Due for release in 2019.
BlipBlop, the app featured in the trailer is currently available on Google Play and iTunes.