Guildmaster Story Out Now On iOS and Android

Little Red Lie, and Actual Sunlight developer Will O’Neill has released his latest, this time a free-to-play narrative puzzle game on iOS and Android devices. Will promises that “Guildmaster Story will delight everyone who ever worked an unpaid internship, got steamrolled by the sharing economy, or suspects that the people responsible for it all are precisely who they seem to be.” There will also be new episodic content in 2019, so make sure to download today.

Little Red Lie Releases On PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita Today

Released earlier last year on Steam, indie developer Will O'Neill is brining his latest game Little Red Lie to PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita - better yet the game is releasing today (January 9th)

Little Red Lie is a narrative-focused, interactive fiction experience that reduces the traditional nine-verb adventure game structure down to a single, context-dependent interaction: lie.

Little Red Lie Out Now On Steam

As announced last month, Will O'Neill's narrative focused game Little Red Lie is out now on Steam.  The game will have you navigate conversations and environments recurring you to lie to yours and others.

Living in a common time and place, Little Red Lie alternates you through the perspectives of two individuals who never meet, but who are deeply connected nevertheless. Explore the dynamics of their lives, relationships and decisions as both of them come face-to-face with the consequences of who they are and where they come from.

You can pick up the game on Steam right here, which is currently 15% off.

Little Red Lie Out Next Month

It's been a while since we've heard from Will O'Neill, who last released Actual Sunlight on Vita
 (long live Vita). His next game, Little Red Lie was announced almost two years ago, and now we'll get a chance to play the story driven game next month on July 7th.  The game is described as being "about debt, family, and the truth about honesty."

You'll play as Sarah Stone, a middle-age office administrator, and Arthur Fox, a wealthy motivational speaker. The two characters will never meet but are still deeply connected. Check out the trailer below, and full details on the website here.

Little Red Lie Gets A Little Red Trailer

After announcing the game not to long ago, indie developer Will O'Neill has released a trailer for his upcoming interactive short story Little Red Lie.  The game is said to be about "debt, family, and the truth about honesty."

Little Red Lie is planned for release in Early 2016. Stayed tuned to TorontoGameDevs.com for the latest on the game, and everything going on in the Toronto game developer scene.

Will O'Neill Announces Little Red Lie

Independent developers Will O'Neill is a busy guy these days. With Actual Sunlight coming to Vita this month, and working on Planet of the Eyes, you'd think he would be done.

Now, we know he is also creating Little Red Lie, a short story adventure game set in Scarborough:

"Inspired by the growing gap in wealth and stability between the baby boomers and their descendants, the game takes place in the relatively near future, and speculates a world in which major financial institutions begin to shift strategically towards securing the only asset of a generation with little to no value: Their inheritances.

In the midst of this final collapse, you take control of two people living on either side of this equation. The contrast in their fates - and what it reveals - is only the foundation of what is ultimately a drama about debt, family and the truth about honesty."

Will says there will be more details, including a demo, later this month. TorontoGameDevs.com will have the latest on the game, but in the meantime, make sure to follow Will O'Neill on Twitter.

Actual Sunlight Releases On PlayStation Vita August 11th

Actual Sunlight, a JRPG inspired digital novel is set to release for PlayStation Vita later this summer.  Developer Will O'Neill expressed on the PlayStation Blog how he always wanted to bring the title to Vita:

"I love PS Vita, and this was the platform that I wanted to bring it to more than anything. Plus, with a tweaked interface that allows for greater clarity on interactions, as well as larger and much smoother text for an optimal reading experience on the go, this is the best version of Actual Sunlight yet!"

The game is special for Torontonians since the game actually take place in Toronto.  If August 11th is to far away for gamers, you can always buy the game on PC here.

You can check out the blog post here, and follow Will on Twitter.  Stay tuned to TorontoGameDevs.com for the latest on all games developed in Toronto.