Richard and Alice are prisoners. Both their cells have a leather sofa and a state-of-the-art computer. But only Richard’s has a TV. Outside, the snow falls. It has done for some time. Elsewhere, they say, parts of the world have been rendered an inhospitable desert, the earth parched and cracked. People live in the zones now. The lucky ones, anyway. Richard and Alice have secrets. *** A mystery story about family, desperation and the weather, set to the beat of an indie adventure game.

Report article RSS Feed Loads of new Richard & Alice screenshots, plus a dev blog!

Richard & Alice has a new website, with a dev blog we actually intend to maintain. Also: new screenshots!

Posted by LewisDenby on Jul 6th, 2012

So, lots has happened recently. We've been hard at work getting a press demo ready, and that's now been sent out. Now we play the waiting game. Let's see what people think.

We've also got a new website, with a development blog that we really hope we stay on top of. You can find it at

Finally, we've decided to share with you some screenshots taken from the press demo. Here's one:

And beyond this link are eight more!

'Til next time, folks.

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Richard & Alice
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Released Feb 20, 2013
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