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Gattaca director Andrew Niccol creates a new world for the upcoming AR game ANON

Stealthy puzzles in futuristic noir

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Product: ANON
For: AR   Also on: Android, iPhone
 
K5 Games and ARRI Media are teaming up to release ANON, an AR-based puzzling stealth game for iPhone and Android, sometime in May this year.

ANON begins in an unknown apartment with a dead woman beside you - and the police on the way. You soon come into contact with "Anon" and the organisation who can help you.

It's a tie-in for the film of the same name, directed by Andrew Niccol, who also directed Gattaca and In Time.

You'll have the usual object puzzles and challenges to overcome, but the game seeks to increase your interaction through the AR element, which will allow you to move throughout the environment organically, looking around corners, or viewing what's written on a piece of paper by moving your phone.



The premise behind the game is promising, particularly given Niccol's background as a filmmaker.

The tie-in aspect is potentially a little off-putting, especially since the game allows players to share screenshots of brand logos to obtain in-game currency, but if this winds up being minimally invasive, it could be an exciting puzzler.

The game is set to release sometime in May for both iPhone and Android, and we'll update as we hear more details.

 

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