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I fell from Grace Debuts on Steam December 20th

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I fell from Grace Debuts on Steam December 20th

Deep Taiga announced that their poetic video game, I fell from Grace, launches December 20th on Steam. A retro style adventure game with side-scrolling 2D pixel graphics that blends storytelling and puzzle solving.

Check out the announcement trailer of I Fell from Grace, featuring some gameplay footage:

About the game

In I fell from Grace you take on the role as Henry, a man in his mid-40s whose life is not going as it should.

Only just coming to terms with the death of your unborn child, you now have to keep your head above water as your wife Grace is diagnosed with a terminal illness. The mounting medical debts are something you can only dream to pay off with your low wage from a stagnant position in medical research.

But then, one day, seemingly out of the blue, what promises to be a miracle cure for Grace lands in your lap. But as always, nothing comes for free – and when you set out to try to unravel the mystery of where this mysterious cure came from, things take a very sinister turn.

Set in modern day Maine with a backdrop of never-ending autumn rain, I fell from Grace is a side scrolling 2D pixel adventure mystery game that blends storytelling and puzzle solving with a branching narrative which means that the decisions you as a player make, will affect how your story unfolds.

The game talks in rhymes, so every dialogue in the game is a poem. And every poem can be different! Your story unfolds in various ways, based upon decisions you as a player make!

I fell from Grace will be available on Steam on the 20th of December for $14.99 / €14.99.”

For more information on I Fell from Grace, visit its Steam page.

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