Earlier last month, it was announced that film company Annapurna Pictures would begin publishing video games as well with their new Annapurna Interactive division, kicking things off with the announcement they would now be helping to publish the first-person adventure game What Remains of Edith Finch. They also announced a second game they would be working with as well, Jason Roberts’ hand-drawn puzzler Gorogoa, and have now provided a new trailer for it, which you can check out below.
It seems a bit odd to call it a “Reveal Trailer,” since Gorogoa has been in the works for years now, and has been playable at several events and conventions, but it still looks quite incredible indeed. Gorogoa is a puzzle game where you have to move around panels on a grid in order to form new scenes, successfully advancing a story in the process. The trailer also gives us a further preview of the sketches and animation Jason has put into everything, and it does look gorgeous indeed. Gorogoa should be out later this year for PC and iOS devices, but those at PAX South right now will be able to experience a hands-on demo of it, so don’t miss out on what could be one of the year’s most unique puzzle games.