Lexis Numérique announces interactive fiction effort Alt-Minds

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 3 July 2012 07:48 GMT

Here’s a bit of an odd one. French publisher Lexis Numéique has teamed up with mobile provider Orange for an ambitious sounding project called Alt-Minds. Described as a “bold new detective adventure”, it appears to be some sort of interactive narrative delivered through a mass transmedia campaign involving games, apps, social media and webshows. The episodic, paranormal story traverses Europe on the hunt for a kidnapper, and allows for real-time investigation. Players may even find themselves written into the story. It all kicks off in northern autumn, in English, French, German and Spanish. Trailer through the break.


ALT-MINDS – Trailer 1 (english version) by Alt-Minds

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