Nowhere gives you the chance to become a “floating sentient orb”

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By on April 25, 2013 at 2:20 pm

Married couple Leonard and Sylvia Ritter (better known as German micro studio Duangle) have issued a new teaser for Nowhere. The clip itself doesn’t offer a great deal of insight into the structure of the game, but Leonard describes it as “a procedural single player, open world, sandbox game” in which the player is a “floating sentient orb”. While past videos have depicted environments that appear bulbous and organic in nature, the latest takes place in an abstract cityscape.

Duangle won’t commence a formal beta until 2014, but interested parties can grab a copy of the alpha build by pre-ordering at the official website. In addition to keyboard and controller support, Nowhere will boast compatibility with the Leap Motion gesture based system. While the developer is yet to receive its Oculus Rift SDK, it hopes to incorporate this emerging VR technology as well.

Source: RPS and Duangle

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Seems to be about collecting items in the environment.

 
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