Ex-developers of The Witcher 3 and Alien: Isolation will make the classics of world literature in the game
Several notable British developers started creating a game adaptation of the parable, the dystopian “Animal farm” the British writer George Orwell. Original work is a scathing satire on the Soviet Union and tells the story of how the oppression of animals arranged for on a farm revolution and drove out the cruel oppressor in the face of a farmer, after which pig named Napoleon was a ruthless dictator and established a totalitarian regime.
According to the authors, the gaming incarnation of “Animal farm” will be a kind of adventure construction simulation, analog Tycoon managers. The action game will unfold in a familiar story farm called “Manor” for some time before the rebellion the animals. The developers claim that the game gamers will have to make many decisions that affect the story and have far reaching consequences.
“Published in 1945 novel by George Orwell was originally a criticism of the Soviet Union. However, as the allegory of absolute and totalitarian power, which is both caustic satire and the awful warning, the poem has established its relevance and importance,” say the developers.
“In the last few years some governments have begun to use language eerily similar to the one I heard during the Communist regime, notes Imre Jelly, head engaged in the development of games company Bossa Studios. — So I just can’t afford not to take part in the further spread dire warnings of Orwell in “Animal farm” to the gaming format.”
The game is being developed for the PC. Its creation has only just begun, so how come if she’s on any other platforms yet unknown. An ambitious project headed by the author of Surgeon Simulator and I Am Bread Imre Jelly. The game also engaged in other well-known British developers, including Kate Saxon (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Alien: Isolation and Batman: Arkham city 3), Andy Payne (Just Flight), George Baker (Fable) and Jessica Curry (Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture).