It starts with a Big Bang. No, seriously. It starts with a fat, resounding gunshot that hurls the cosmos into chaos and propels you into an adventure populated with love, jazz, and cosmic philosophy. Genesis Noir is New York-based studio Feral Cat Den‘s upcoming narrative title, now freshly announced to show at the LudoNarraCon for 2019. LudoNarraCon is publisher Fellow Traveller’s convention hosted on Steam, live this year between May 10 and 13. Say no to the sweaty crowds of actual exhibition floors and hello to a new, digital way to experience the latest in indie developer greatness. This year’s lineup includes the unforgivably cool Genesis Noir, which describes itself with the following:
“A noir adventure set before, during and after the Big Bang. Explore black holes, primordial Earth, and jazz cafes. Witness the birth and history of mankind. Find comfort in a glass of gin. Search for a way to destroy creation.”
To sample the wine before the bottle’s fully aged and ready for pouring, give the Genesis Noir: Busk ’til Dusk demo a moment of your time. There’s no release date for Genesis Noir as of yet– not even the tease of a year– but the online experience provides a unique view into what Feral Cat Den’s work will feel like once completed. A PC launch for Steam has been promised sometime “before, during, and after the Big Bang.” Tune in to LudoNarraCon in May to watch the Genesis Noir exhibition alongside a slew of other titles similarly known for their innovation, daring, and narrative prowess.