Fracter – Announcement

Posted on 13 Aug 2019

Fracter, originally released last July on mobile, is a monochromatic isometric puzzle game where players have to solve puzzles using light to make progress through the hazardous world filled with creepy creatures. Check out the press release below for more info. Fracter is expected to release on PC in September.


Official Press Release

Moody monochromatic puzzler FRACTER is coming to Steam this September

Set out on a perilous quest for light

Toronto, Canada – August 13, 2019 – Indie developer 4L Games is proud to announce that its hit monochromatic puzzle adventure FRACTER is coming to Steam this September for $6.99, with a 20% discount at launch.

Featuring stunning monochromatic visuals designed by the game’s Creative Director Sanatan Suryavanshi (best known for his work on the Oscar nominated featured film The Breadwinner), FRACTER is an emotive, isometric puzzle adventure game set in a mysterious labyrinth of glowing black architecture. The game follows a veiled young hero who embarks on a perilous quest to restore their splintered spirit by venturing through a series of abstract, hazardous chambers.

Exploring this world of shadows and outsmarting ominous creatures born from your fractured self, players must solve each meticulously designed puzzle using their only force against the darkness: light. Dramatic landscapes in shades of gray, an eerie ambient soundtrack and a poetic, self-reflective narrative await players on this emotional journey of self-restoration.

FRACTER is coming to Steam!

Having initially launched on mobile devices in July 2018, FRACTER quickly became a top puzzle game in Canada and the U.K ., and was featured as an Apple Game of the Day. Critics praised its original mobile version, with Fast Company calling it “a stunning mobile game exploring rather complex themes.” 148 Apps called it “a gorgeous puzzler, dripping with style,” and it was a Gamer’s Voice nominee at this year’s SXSW.

“After working within a linear storytelling format in animation for many years I wanted to create something interactive that people could have a more tactile, personal connection with,” said creative director Sanatan Suryavanshi. “FRACTER is the realization of that goal and I’m thrilled that now PC players across the globe can experience it.”

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