Framed to be backed by Indie Fund

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 19 December 2013 00:30 GMT

Framed is the latest game to capture the attention of collective investment group Indie Fund, which previously helped deliver titles like Antichamber, Monaco, and Spacebase DF-9.

Framed is the first project from the former Firemint staffers at Melbourne indie Loveshack Entertainment, and also managed to net some Screen Australia funding.

It has players altering the events of a noir comic book; check out the latest trailer for a better explanation.

Framed was nominated for several awards at the Freeplay Independent Games Festival 2013, won IGF China’s 2013 Excellence in Design award, and was showcased at the Tokyo Game Show as part of the Sense of Wonder Night 2013.

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