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No Longer Home Coming July 30


A semi-autobiographical game about relationships, everyday life, and saying goodbye, get ready to explore the world of Fellow Traveller and Humble Grove’s No Longer Home on July 30, 2021.

This title puts players in the shoes of queer, non-binary students Ao and Bo, who just graduated and are planning to leave the flat they’ve shared for the past year. As players explore their flat, they’ll get to know the multi-eyed new flatmate Lu, all while finding magic in everyday moments.

Learn more with the trailer below:

No Longer Home – Coming July 30

According to Cel Davison (they/them), Lead Writer & Cinematographer:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“Precarity and identity are the predominant themes through the story. The events in the game are based on our own experiences, during a time when we were feeling disillusioned with post uni life and trying to figure out what to do next. No Longer Home is about exploring our place in the world and finding wonder in everyday domesticity.”[/testimonials]

Hana Lee (they/them), Lead Artist & Animator added:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“After graduation, due to visa restrictions I unfortunately had to go back to Japan. The game originally came about as a way for Cel and I to stay in touch, to explore and express the emotions that came with saying goodbye.”[/testimonials]

The game will come out for the PC via Steam, Epic Games Store, Humble, and GOG.com.

Source: Press Release
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