Though I’ve shone a spotlight on Pecaminosa a few times before, the game’s Indiegogo campaign is live as of today – so it’s a great opportunity to spread the word of this wonderful looking game once more.
Billed as a ‘Pixel Noir’ game, Pecaminosa is a game that has definitely had my attention for a long time now. Dripping in atmosphere and detail – with some absolutely stunning visual design in both its environments and characters – Pecaminosa is an action RPG in which you’re cast in the role of former police detective, John Souza. Intentionally dialling the noir tropes up to eleven, Souza is caught in a dark web of intrigue, set to a brilliantly atmospheric, period appropriate jazz soundtrack.
The talented staff at the game’s developer, Cereal Games, have been spending a lot of time building rapport with their potential audience on social media; they’re a friendly, responsive and interactive bunch of lovely people who have definitely not paid me to say all of these nice things about them (honestly!).
There’s a wide range of pledges available via their crowdfunding campaign, with the lowest starting at just £3.
You can check out the Indiegogo campaign page here.
The game’s website is here and the trailer for Pecaminosa is below.
All that’s left for me today is to wish Cereal Games the very best with the funding campaign – if their game looks like it’s up your dark, rainswept, femme fatale-populated street, give them a hand and let’s get Pecaminosa funded, ready for us all to get our hands on later this year!
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