What is it? We Happy Few, a first-person survival game where you play as a stranger in the unnaturally happy town of Wellington Wells.
Contrast starts off like all games of its mysterious, charming nature should: by not telling you much.
Indie platformer Contrast sure is coming along nicely. We first caught glimpse of the game earlier this year, when we got a taste of the unique shadow-platforming mechanics behind the game. Now, with these screenshots, we get to see the moody, film-noir inspired world in greater detail. Have a look below.
This clip for the indie title from Compulsion Games doesn’t explain a lot. What it does do is give you a window into an art-deco, burlesque-happy world where you’ll be able to go from human to shadow in an instant. The aesthetics look wonderful and there’s a hint of interesting light/dark game mechanics in there,…
One of the best surprises at PAX East this past weekend was Contrast, a game from the upstart Canadian studio Compulsion. It's a platformer that lets you become your shadow and climb on other shadows.