A Song for Viggo is a game made out of paper. About a parent who accidentally kills his own child. This game is all about the aftermath and the anxiety that follows, while a family is crumbling apart.
A Song for Viggo is a point-and-click-adventure made out of real paper. Photographed and animated in a stop motion-way. About two parents, on their way home from their vacation. They are rushing home from the airport, to make in time before the traffic jam. One unsupervised moment, and the dad accidentally backs over his son with the car. Viggo is dead.
A Song for Viggo is a point-and-click-adventure made out of real paper. Photographed and animated in a stop motion-way.
This game is all about the aftermath. How a family suffers from depression, and how you, who play as Steve, still need to maintain your everyday life. But how can you do that, when the first thing you have to do, is to arrange your own sons funeral? Each chapter revolves around difficult topics that can come with sorrow or losing a loved one.
It’s out now on Kickstarter. Click here to view.
I’m Simon Karlsson, an ordinary guy, who like to create stuff. Create worlds and storylines, and much interested in creating narratives about interesting topics, that may seem unusal.
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