Mutazione Sneak Peak


Today we want to share a little taste of what we’ve been working on the last few weeks.

Yes, we’re still working on Johann Sebastian Joust and Where is my Heart?, but some of us have also started work on our new game, Mutazione. We haven’t shared so many details about the game yet, though you can read some background info here. The game is going to be a character-driven “swamp opera” set in a strange tropical world.

We don’t want to say too much just yet, but above you can view an early concept of the main character, Kay, sitting in her garden. We’ve also been experimenting with the sound and melodies generated by the garden’s ecosystem. Take a listen:

All those sounds are by our trusty composer, Alessandro Coronas. Alessandro is same guy who did the sound and music for Where is my Heart? and we’re excited to share more of his new work with you. Stay tuned!

2 Responses to Mutazione Sneak Peak

  1. So how is the artwork connected to the installation you had at SFMOMA?

    Mainly just the music?

    Will both exist in parallel, or was the installation just a way of testing the music?


    • Doug says:

      Hey only just saw this comment, sorry for the delay!

      The installation (which I still plan to blog about) was an experiment in trying something “physical” / installation-y with the music engine. But the music engine is primarily being developed for Mutazione, an illustrated adventure game we’re working on. Hopefully I’ll get to iterate more on the installation idea, though. I was happy with some aspects, but other aspects need work!

      So yeah, I guess they exist in close parallel.

      Thanks for the interest!