A Fold Apart Looking For Funding On Fig

Indie developer Lightning Rod Games have been working on A Fold Apart, their emotional 3D puzzle game about being in a long distance relationship.

To help bring the game of live they are looking into public funding via Fig. If you're unfamiliar with Fig it's similar to Kickstarter but also offering the chance to invest in the game. $20 dollars on the Fig page gets you access to a copy of the game when it releases.

You can check out the full trailer and some screenshots below which shows off the "folding" mechanic. The game will contain over 50 levels when its released.

"A Fold Apart is a 3D puzzle game about the emotional struggle of a long distance relationship set in a world of folding paper.

Inspired by origami and papercraft, our award-winning game mechanic allows players to fold and manipulate the paper world, to both literally and metaphorically navigate the struggles of a long distance relationship - based on a true story."

Lightning Rod Games Looking For Testers

Toronto developer Lightning Rod Games is currently hard at work developing A Fold Apart, which is a platformer based around a long distance relationship. It looks like they are also looking for testers in the Toronto area to come play this game - if interested, you can fill out this survey.

Check Out 'A Fold Apart' From Lightning Rod Games Footage

Toronto developed Lighting Rod Games took to their FaceBook page to showcase the first little bit of A Fold Apart, or at least some experiments with the gameplay elements.  

A Fold Apart tells the story of a long distance relationship, using a folding paper mechanic to solve puzzles. You can check out the video below:

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