Still There, lost in space – Still Brewing
What do we know so far?
Who are behind Still There?
The team behind Still There are developers, GhostShark. The Game is being published by the team at Iceberg Interactive.
What kind of game will it be?
Still There is touted as a Psychological Adventure game. Based on the promotion so far it seems the psychological aspect would have to do with isolation. The game also looks to be humourous and contain point and click adventure gameplay.
Where will we find it?
Still There has been confirmed for Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam) and MACos (Steam again).
When can we get it?
The release date is set as November 20th. Wishlisting is available on Steam (link at the bottom of the page).
More info required!
In Still There you will play as the keeper of a space-lighthouse and his AI friend. Karl Hamba and Gorky respectively. While going through his mundane daily activities Karl receives a mysterious emergency radio transmission.
From here you will interact with a host of rich and compelling characters. Leading you on a journey of discovery, both of your surroundings and yourself. Still There will deal with some heady themes as the best sci-fi properties try to do. And it will do it with a quirky sense of humour that matches the blackness of space (and coffee).
The space-lighthouse, known as The Bento, will be packed with things to explore and pass the time with including challenging Gorky to a game a chess. Or looking after a pet. Even making a meal out of recycled urine (no thank you Bear Grylls).
The art style is looking like a very detailed hand-painted aesthetic. Both very technical and somewhat cartoony. Striking an odd but satisfying balance between the two.
We here at Sip Read Repeat hope to bring you a full review when we can. Check back later and keep gaming and drinking (coffee).
Still There Links
One half of the YouTube brother duo, The Game Bros with Sirhc and Ar0n, Chris is a lover of games, movies and other great things you can do from home.
Coffee of choice: I like the sweeter kinds, mixed with chocolate, coconut, caramel etc. but I won’t turn down a flat white or a straight black either.