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Tale of Tales showcases artistic games in development


Tale of Tales, an indie studio founded by artists Auriea Harvey and Michaël Samyn, will be showing several of its works-in-progress over the next few weeks in three separate venues around the world. The studio's oldest game (currently on hold), 8, is a dreamy single player title based on the Sleeping Beauty fairy tale. It will be presented at E3, while the MMOG The Endless Forest will be shown in Spain. Starting August 8 visitors to Mexico City's Museo Tamayo will be treated to older works from Harvey and Samyn.

Currently, Tale of Tales is hard at work on The Path, an experimental single player horror game inspired by Little Red Ridinghood. You take the role of six characters, each representing Little Red Ridinghood at a different age, and explore hidden emotions surrounding the process of growing up. The game dares to ask "What happens in the dark woods when a girl meets a wolf for the very first time?"

We'll guess it involves a lot of screaming.

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